Proposal Mirrors Recent National Efforts to Raise the Federal Minimum Wage
Today in 1913, Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, AL. Share this to celebrate the many times she stood up for what was right — and how she changed our nation along the way.
eam Wendy’s tremendous grassroots support has been nothing short of amazing. Since last summer, we’ve received a total of 95,892 contributions of $50 or less. Every day, Texans are getting involved and giving what they can to make sure their voices are heard in Austin. That’s what the campaign is all about.
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DNC’s Pratt Wiley: The greatest protection of our right to vote is you
Bridget Anne Kelly resisted a subpoena from a legislative panel investigating the closing of lanes at the George Washington Bridge by citing her right against self-incrimination.
In the last few days, we’ve gotten several searches for the “official language” of the United States.
Did you know, the United States doesn’t actually have an official language? Some states, however, do list English as their official language.
In fact, the federal government is required to provide access and information about federal programs and federally assisted programs to people with limited English proficiency.
This is why health care reform matters: Renee’s story
Health care reform matters for Renee — a mother of three who was blindsided by cancer. Renee was rejected from her husband’s health insurance because of a pre-existing condition and learned her state health insurance plan had a yearly limit that could be reached in just one hospital stay. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, Renee will have the peace of mind of knowing she will no longer be denied coverage or face lifetime limits on her care.
This is why health care reform matters.