We want to live in a country that centers real democracy! The For the People Act (H.R. 1) will clean up our political system.
Stand with Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón and take our power back from law enforcement special interests.
California’s Seditious Seven congressmen failed to uphold their oath of office. Instead they used their leadership to unconstitutionally subvert our democracy and disenfranchise voters — particularly people of color — who turned out in record numbers in November for a free, fair, and decisive election.
Californians will no longer contribute to Bezos’ profits — which have been made by abusing workers and stealing intellectual property. Pledge to #BlackOutBezos
Essential workers are on the frontlines of this pandemic, and many are working in high-risk conditions without appropriate protective equipment, safety standards, or job security.
Tech corporations like Lyft and Uber are misclassifying gig workers and cheating them out of a living wage and essential protections. Assembly Bill 5 (Gonzalez) would fix that by enshrining the historic California Supreme Court Dynamex ruling into law so that corporations have to pass a simple ABC test to determine their workers are independent contractors or … Continued
Last April, the California Supreme Court delivered one of the most pro-worker decisions in decades. The ruling on Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court of Los Angeles ensures that companies aren’t misclassifying workers and cheating them out of basic protections like a minimum wage, unemployment insurance, and workers’ compensation. AB 5 is a bill that would … Continued
Plastic pollution is wreaking havoc on our marine ecosystems and plastic manufacturers want to dramatically increase U.S. plastic production over the next decade. We and our partners are demanding the EPA do its job and stop the industry from trashing our oceans and polluting frontline communities as it moves to dramatically expand U.S. plastic production. … Continued
43 Californians have been killed so far this year because police officers are legally allowed to use deadly force whenever they deem it “reasonable.” AB 392, the California Act to Save Lives, would amend the use of force standard so that police officers can only shoot when absolutely necessary and when there are no other alternatives to … Continued
Currently, over half of California’s renters have to pay over 1/3 of their income on rent, which is unsustainable for the health and well-being of families, our business climate and the economy, and for our environment. We can’t afford to wait longer for change. The Keep Families Home bill package — which includes AB 1481 (Bonta) and AB 1482 (Chiu) — … Continued