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  • Urge Governor Abbott to oppose Texas HB 3859 and SB 2078

    Please urge Governor Abbott to veto Texas’s anti-LGBTQ bills HB 3859 and SD 2078, which would allow discrimination against LGBTQ families and kids, respectively.

    HB 3859 allows faith based child welfare providers to use taxpayer money to refuse to serve LGBTQ people while SB 2078 allows for continued discrimination against transgender students with regard to restroom facilities.

    The majority of people in this country; including over 60% of people of faith know that anti-LGBTQ discrimination like this is wrong.

    Discrimination has no place in Texas. Please contact the governor and tell him to veto BOTH HB 3859 and SB 2078!

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  • Ensure We’re Counted in the US Census and American Community Survey

    The Trump Administration is trying to make us invisible by excluding LGBTQ people from the 2020 Census and the American Community Survey (ACS). This is yet another attack on LGBTQ people’s freedom, justice, and equity. Please sign our petition to the Trump Administration to demand that they reverse their decision not to collect data about LGBTQ people and their families.

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  • #StopSessions for Attorney General

    Senator Jeff Sessions is an opponent of civil rights with racists views that make him wholly unsuitable for Attorney General. He’s also anti-LGBTQ and anti-choice. He believes that core pieces of civil rights legislation such as the Voting Rights Act are ‘intrusive’ and has consistently voted against the civil rights legislation he will be charged with enforcing as Attorney General.

    We believe that ‘Sessions the Unjust’ is totally unsuitable to be the nation’s top justice official.

     Please urge your Senators to reject this notorious proponent of inequality and racism for Attorney General.

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  • Restoring the Voting Rights Act

    The landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act has played a pivotal role in making our democracy fairer for everyone. However, in 2013 the Supreme Court in its controversial Shelby County v. Holder ruling struck down core components of the act. Yet, from Roanoke to Ferguson, our nation clearly needs the protections of the act more than ever. Congress is being urged to restore the strengths of the core provisions of the historic law by passing the Voting Rights Advancement Act.

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  • One for All – The Equality Act

    One comprehensive non-discrimination law for ALL LGBTQ people, the Equality Act

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  • Nix Discrimination Now

    Opponents of equality are hell bent on trying to legalize discrimination under the guise of “religious liberty.”

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