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.
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'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.
With at least eight flippable GOP seats, California can be the reason we win back the House this November. We need as many phone bank hosts (and phone bankers) as possible to win this historic November election.
Disneyland claims to be the "happiest place on Earth" but the Walt Disney Company fails to offer the same promise to its employees.
7 of the 23 seats we need to win back the House are in California. Learn more at CAcounts.org. These are Republican seats that voted for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in 2016. We have a real chance of having Democrats on the ballot in all seven of those districts, but our hopes may be dashed if we don't turn out voters for the primary on June 5.
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.