43 Californians have been killed so far this year because police officers are legally allowed to use deadly force whenever they deem it "reasonable."
We'll be using a calling tool that allows you to call voters in key states whose Senators have not yet publicly opposed Kavanaugh. You can share the devastating impact of Kavanaugh's nomination and urge them to ask their Senator to oppose Brett Kavanaugh's nomination. You can immediately connect them to their Senator with the click of a button.
Join us on September 26 outside of WellsFargo headquarters to deliver signatures and letters urging them to stop financing for-profit prisons that benefit from the incarceration of immigrant families.
Right now Big Banks like Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, and BlackRock are getting rich off Trump’s heartless ”zero tolerance” that rips breastfeeding infants from their mother’s arms and indefinitely detains immigrants seeking asylum from violence.
In a few short weeks, the California State Senate will vote on SB 822 by Senator Scott Wiener -- the strongest net neutrality protections proposed across the country. But now AT&T and Comcast's army of lobbyists are doing everything in their power to stop it.
Senate Bill 1421, by Nancy Skinner, limits a 1970s-era law that keeps police disciplinary records from the public. When a police officer shoots or sexually assaults a member of the public, the community deserves to know what happened. More importantly, we deserve to know how the department responded so we can determine whether the systems meant to hold officers acc
Momentum is building behind a new California bill that would allow police officers to use deadly force only when "necessary to prevent imminent and serious bodily injury or death." This groundbreaking law -- the first of its kind in the entire country -- would prevent police officers from killing people without justification, and it would clear the way for them to be held accountable if t
Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee have closed its investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, claiming they’ve found no evidence of collusion.
Visit our 2018 Courage Score: the People’s Report Card of California, a one-of-a-kind legislative report card that tells the people of California how well their state legislators are representing their interests in Sacramento.
Last month, Donald Trump’s FCC repealed federal net neutrality laws. But if you thought the fight for net neutrality was over, think again! The California legislature is preparing to consider new legislation that would protect net neutrality in the nation’s most populous state.