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Today on #YomHaShoah, we honor and remember the 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust, including 8 members of my own family. Today we are called upon to never forget – and to always stand strongly against anti-Semitism and bigotry wherever it exists.
Georgia’s election law gives voters less time to request an absentee ballot, could limit the ability to vote early and slashes access to ballot drop boxes in the most populous areas. The law makes it harder for people to vote – and that is unacceptable.
The climate crisis isn’t just an environmental crisis. It’s also an economic crisis and a racial justice crisis. President Biden’s #AmericanJobsPlan tackles all three problems head-on. We must get this done.
We should be making it easier for everyone to vote – not harder.
Our hearts are heavy, as Officer Billy Evans died in the line of duty today defending our capitol. We mourn his loss and are forever grateful to him and the rest of the US Capitol Police who put their lives at risk every day to protect our democracy.
After 2016, Democrats organized and focused on winning over voters on the issues. That’s how we won the White House, House and Senate. We didn’t do what the Republicans are doing now: make it harder to vote. That’s just not how a democracy works.
This is a huge win for New York and a major step in undoing the damage of our failed war on drugs. Now it’s time for the federal government to end the prohibition of marijuana across the country.
In just two months, our Democratic majority delivered unprecedented, sweeping COVID relief to the American people. But there’s so much more we need to do. Action on voting rights, gun violence and the alarming rise in violence against Asian Americans cannot wait.
More than 40 million Americans have student debt. President Biden can wipe out up to $50,000 of student debt for every one of them with just his signature. Let’s get this done! #CancelStudentDebt
Georgia’s Republican governor just signed a despicable bill into law that will severely restrict people’s ability to vote – especially among people of color. It reeks of Jim Crow and it cannot stand. We must pass the #ForThePeople Act and secure the right to vote.
Reopening our country after COVID-19 cannot mean a return to mass shooting after mass shooting. We must – and we will – finally pass legislation to end the epidemic of gun violence in America.
In 2021, women still are not paid the same amount as white men for doing the same job. And the wage gap is even more stark for women of color. On #EqualPayDay, we recommit to passing the Paycheck Fairness Act and guaranteeing equal pay for equal work, once and for all.