The August recess is coming up, which means we’ll have chances to speak to our Congressmembers on our home turf—meanwhile, let’s keep writing!
Here are national issues/addresses postcarding write ups for this week: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mDyiNBV9rQVCQFUXyEcYdiT5OUHvMvueK4efTA7iSok/edit?usp=sharing
Here are California issues/addresses postcarding write-ups for this week: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mUeBLL2sDNUYSQ3YkIHyVb9DpICZL4me2LCGtG3cUIA/edit?usp=sharing
And here are links to comments pages for federal rules changes, courtesy of my fabulous friend Martha: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1I_NVD9Z1QI9Nt7Bin8Worz7Q2uTuT0Aj/view?fbclid=IwAR0babiiziBV8EH5WOEQsl1t2mlCiMvyITVSRS-uTUtr_GBLdgo0R1cquQk
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You can find this week’s issues/addresses write-ups here. Topics include justice for asylum-seekers, a domestic workers’ bill of rights, an unreleased USDA climate change plan, FBI and ICE use of states’ DMV databases, and more.
And, from my friend Martha, this week’s links to comment sites for proposed federal rule changes includingTrump’s asylum ban (#2 under New), more reducing energy efficiency, agricultural worker protections, long term care facilities, and more. https://drive.google.com/open?id=17l_bRWXcxpobfQHVn3Fdm9jFk9_a9Hlf
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Here are this week’s issues/addresses write-ups for postcarding. Look them over and choose the ones that speak to you. Thank you for speaking out!
National write-ups are here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VGczyfwf4AR1YatN4uYy7yC-Dh23p9fgbKySn1LGR8o/edit?usp=sharing
California write-ups for those that want them are here: ?https://docs.google.com/document/d/1q30stpXUDsX43d-K3GqDRcwXWskRUXHpyhpI2R9jQhM/edit?usp=sharing?
In case you want it, here’s the big, monthly list of national issues my postcarding group worked with on Saturday. It includes material from the last four weeks. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZnxRPbJB3s4al2SeYe_z8d5nnPoHy7T_lBiczGgTfp8/edit?usp=sharing
Also–a LOT of problematic Federal rules changes are up online, including privacy issues and state-by-state changes to ozone standards. To go easily to individual comment pages start here, with my friend Martha’s excellent write-ups: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FentJ3IHNptyqgLLAO3ouGiqWTLiiiTW/view?fbclid=IwAR3cHg4pIaON66g-u_LI9iFoOOKTS31f24UNYwuD0CpxRhzjE0bpP1Zan6Y
Here are this weeks issues/addresses write-ups. Thanks for sticking with this work of trying to hold our government accountable and for speaking your truth.
National issues are here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Yjq7-q1jHvjxc0tNr9Pyt4zCjjkLopzyah9AhmxYnWc/edit?usp=sharing
California issues are here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VtQJrQCLXI4L5WurjhubNbKyzNLqtNsIXmbTuEpdKl8/edit?usp=sharing
Finally, here’s this week’s amazing work by my friend Martha who tracks all the proposed federal rule changes open for public comment and makes them easy to respond to: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-JfAF3oq0zXoc4zRa1stkhlmIGA03BOC/view?fbclid=IwAR2bjni_eoNEQN_-jlDKHdi8jbIgamr4x4opoI76FFWwWwED38YXGTYMxcM
Here are this week’s Issues/Addresses write-ups. Remember—we don’t have to agree on everything. Use the parts of this list that speak to you and ignore those that don’t. Democracy isn’t an exercise in lock-step marching.
As always, please use/share/distribute as you see fit.
And here’s my friend Martha’s list of crucial proposed federal rules changes and links to the official comment pages. Federal agencies are required to post rules changes before they go into effect and are also required to take into consideration comments in response to those proposed changes. Using the official comment page for each item is the best way to ensure your voice is heard.
Here are this week’s national level postcarding write-ups. Please use/share/distribute as you see fit. Remember, you can skim the list and pick the ones that speak to you; none of us has to do everything.
Here are this week’s California level postcarding write-ups. There are just a few of them this time around.
Both lists include links to the appropriate directories so you can easily find you legislators.
And here’s the weekly set of links to comment pages for proposed federal rules changes, courtesy of my friend Martha. When you’re addressing a specific proposed rules change, you will want to use the comments page, since the government has a procedural obligation to consider this material.
Here are the latest issues/addresses write-ups.
First off, here’s the link to this week’s items.
And, if you’re interested in the Big June List, which includes the weekly write-up from the last three weeks, you can find that here.
Finally, here’s my friend Martha’s set of links to comment pages for proposed federal rules changes. These are important!
Thank you for all you do! If you can, drop me a comment and let me know how postcarding is going for you. It’s nice to know there are others out there working on this.
Here are this week’s issues/addresses write-ups for postcarding, along with an excellent document linking to federal comment sites for proposed regulation changes. These last are important because they’re under the charge of the executive branch of our government, so writing to Congress about these issues won’t have any effect—expect in very unusual circumstances when Congress passes a law to undo federal rules (not likely to happen now with the House/Senate split).
Look over the postcarding write-ups and act on those that speak to you. Check our the federal comment site links and do as many of those as you can—they’re quick and essential.
National issues and addresses for postcarding.
California issues and addresses for postcarding.
Links for commenting on proposed federal regulation changes.
Thank you for speaking out and believing that we have the power to change our country for the better!