Resisting Trump’s Attacks on the Environment during August Recess
This recess toolkit maps out where Members of Congress will play a key role to either fight for or against environmental protection, so Indivisible groups can be more effective.
Struggling to get his caucus to agree on a final bill, Senator McConnell may opt instead on to pass the bare minimum his caucus can stomach—a “skinny repeal”—and hope to hammer out a compromise with the House in what is called a conference committee. This document explains what going to conference is all about.
Many people who are a part of Indivisible are new to this kind of work, and helping them to think through this news, beyond the headlines, is part of doing the work to keep people engaged and building their skills.
This resource shares best practices for writing a compelling Letter to the Editor that gets under the skin of your Member of Congress. We'll cover when to write one, how to submit, and what to do if your letter doesn't get published.
It’s not just Donald Trump that’s pursuing an anti-immigrant agenda. Some states, like Texas, are also pursuing dangerous, xenophobic, and anti-immigrant policies. One of the most extreme of these state policies is Texas’ “show me your papers” law that is scheduled to take effect on September 1, 2017.
Trump is out of control, and his radical immigration enforcement budget is yet another example. It uses billions of your tax dollars to rip families apart. And to fund his deportation machine, Trump slashes funding for priorities like education, environmental protection, and healthcare.