By Ann G. Daniels and Heidi Rand DEADLINE: The recall election is September 14 - Still unsure what to do about the recall election - do you really need to … Continue reading What part of No Recall don’t you understand?
Action deadline: Comments on Proposed Resource Management Plan and Final EIS due June 9, 2019 - This administration has a track record of sacrificing priceless public lands for the benefit … Continue reading No Drilling on Mt. Diablo
On March 13 Governor Gavin Newsom, by executive order, instituted a moratorium on the death penalty in California and ordered the repeal of California’s lethal injection protocol along with immediate closure … Continue reading Thank Gov. Newsom for closing the Death Chamber
By Christina Tarr Deadline - submit comments by email by September 7, 2018. Note that you are commenting on 83 FR 39116. If email link doesn't work, address is: email@example.com In a coordinated … Continue reading First he came for our auto emissions standards, now he wants to frack our federal lands . . .
This action originally appeared in the Indivisible East Bay newsletter on June 14, 2018. At that time, the deadline to make a call was Monday June 18; we will update as … Continue reading Risk-limiting audits: did your vote count?
By Elizabeth Douglas On February 22, 2018, I joined folks from Bay Area Indivisible chapters (IEB, SF, and Berkeley), the Center for Biological Diversity, and 350.org to meet with members of … Continue reading Environmental Justice: a meeting with AG Becerra’s office
More than 6 million American citizens are not permitted to vote because they have a past criminal conviction. California is better than many states in allowing formerly incarcerated people to … Continue reading No Taxation Without Representation
Senator Feinstein spoke to the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce at a luncheon on Wednesday October 11. As you’d expect the 400 or so attendees were mostly business people among … Continue reading Sojourn in Southern California for Senator Feinstein
The real question is, how do you compromise with people who. as Sen. Feinstein put it, “want to cut the costs of health care to provide funding for tax reform which will benefit the wealthy”?
With tickets at $150, we could only afford to send one member to Senator Feinstein’s fireside chat at an elegant luncheon hosted by the Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG). The … Continue reading Town Hall vs “Fireside Chat”