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.
Courage Campaign fights for an economy that works for everyone, not just the wealthy few.
Donald Trump wants to open nearly every inch of the U.S. coast to offshore drilling -- even in California, where drilling hasn't been allowed for 30 years.
But Trump won’t be able to get away with it without the support of Republican members of Congress in coastal states, many of whom are vulnerable in 2018. Join us in telling Congress to oppose Trump's offshore drilling plan.
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.
You have the power to hold your legislators accountable. If they know that their constituents are paying attention to their Courage Scores, they'll be more likely to take courageous votes.
ExxonMobil has known for decades that fossil fuels cause climate change, but it continues to publicly deny global warming -- harming our environment and people in the process.
The attorneys general of Massachusetts and New York have launched an investigation into Exxon to hold the company accountable for misleading its shareholders and the public about the effects of fossil fuels on our climate. We’re joining with both individuals and organizations across the state to call on California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to join this investigation.
Sign our letter asking California Attorney General Becerra to join the Exxon investigation.
The Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act (AB 569) would protect California’s employees from workplace discrimination based on their personal reproductive health care decisions. The bill does not force employers to change their views on reproductive health -- it simply ensures that employers do not unlawfully discriminate against women who make their own family-planning choices. AB 569 is currently headed to Governor Brown’s desk, and we need your help to make sure it is signed into law.
Sign the petition telling Governor Brown to sign the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that the Graham-Cassidy health care repeal bill will be voted on next week. If we don’t act now, it just might pass. We need to fight as ferociously as we did the last time a threat to our health care reared its head.
Call today and ask protect our health care by publicly opposing the Graham-Cassidy health care repeal.
California has the power to ban the use of chlorpyrifos in the state, and if it does, it will mean that a huge portion of the country’s food is no longer sprayed with the chemical. Will you place a call to Governor Brown and let him know that Californians will no longer tolerate our food being sprayed with this dangerous chemical?
SB 17 would require pharmaceutical companies to publish reports on how the money they charge for drugs is spent. But PhRMA -- Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, a group representing corporations such as Bayer, Merck, and Pfizer -- is trying to stop the bill in its tracks.
Will you sign the petition to pass SB 17 and make Big PhRMA tell us the truth about drug pricing?
Forced into indentured servitude with threats to sign lease-to-own contracts or be fired, truckers spend over 100 hours a week trying to pay off their trucks. Sometimes at the end of a week they end up owing the company!
But major retailers -- like Target and Costco -- who employ these port truckers along their chain of production, can help stop the abuse. By dropping these trucking companies, they set an example for other corporations and let them know that we're watching.
The California Legislature is about to vote on a deeply flawed climate bill that won’t do enough to reduce carbon emissions, while also giving corporate polluters carte blanche to keep poisoning California’s cities -- with poor folks and communities of color paying the biggest toll.
Assembly Bill 398 -- a bill to extend CA's cap and trade system from 2020 to 2030 -- is stuffed with giveaways to Big Oil and other corporate polluters in order to court Republican support. But sources inside the Capitol report that the bill is vulnerable. We can kill this bill if enough Democrats vote no despite the intense political pressure to support it.