The Biden Administration must swiftly and unequivocally reverse this decision and slam the brakes on any further border wall construction. Our principles of justice, environmental preservation, and respect for Indigenous sovereignty demand nothing less than the promises he made on the campaign trail: no bans, no walls.
During her time as California’s senator, she was a ground-breaking champion for gun safety, and a force for accountability and transparency on the CIA’s use of torture, who expected better from our country in its darkest moments.
Indivisible Action announced its endorsement of Joe Biden for President, following a two week voting period in which Indivisible group leaders, group members and unaffiliated activists cast their vote, with 97.2% affirming the endorsement.
Indivisible and progressive think tank and polling firm Data For Progress released the results of their survey of Arizona voters, assessing how a proposed ballot measure protecting reproductive rights in the state would impact how likely voters are to vote in an election year.
For the first time in his life, Trump is beginning to face consequences for his actions. While this indictment cannot repair the irreparable damage caused by Trump’s apparent incitement of the deadly January 6 insurrection, it’s a critical step towards accountability.
Although every household in America will benefit from the Inflation Reduction Act, few people know about it—and we’re working to change that. By celebrating the concrete improvements in our communities as a result of the Inflation Reduction Act, ‘Powering Progress’ will not only increase the number of people who support an active and inclusive government, but also combat the far-right’s bad faith attempts to seed divide-and-conquer frames about who benefits from government action.
Indivisible announced its plans to officially enter the August 8 Ohio ballot race to continue and broaden support of activists working to vote down Issue 1, a measure that would make it harder to get a citizen-led initiative on the ballot and raise the threshold for amending the state constitution.
We thank Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin for marking up Senator Sheldon Whitehouse’s Supreme Court Ethics, Recusal, and Transparency Act today, but we agree with the 29 Indivisible groups who sent a letter to Chairman Durbin urging him "not to stop there." Congress has a constitutional duty to perform oversight over the Court and reform it as necessary; refusing to do so only emboldens corruption.