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Shut down, start over, do it right.

 | by Matt Wellington
Director, Public Health Campaigns

Few people living today remember what it was like to live through a world war, but that’s what we’re in, and we’re going to have to sacrifice if we want to save ourselves and each other. Just as the greatest generation did, we need to step up to what history has delivered.


 | by
Mike Litt
Director, Campaign to Defend the Consumer Bureau

Advocates who played a role in creating the CFPB, defending it, and now holding it accountable, are doubling down on efforts to make sure the Consumer Bureau does the job it was originally created to do: protect consumers. 

Whether you are an advocate or a consumer (or both!), you are invited to join us on July 21st on Twitter to share why it’s important to you that the CFPB returns to its mission.

 | by
Joe Ready
Director, Democracy for the People Campaign

A few days after Colorado’s June primary election, I received an email from the Denver Elections Division telling me that my vote didn’t count. Here is the story of how I fixed it and why the whole process is important.

 | by
Ethan Evans
Electric Buses, Healthy Kids Campaign, Associate

A new congressional report on the climate crisis recommends $1 billion for clean school bus projects. 

 | by
Abe Scarr
Illinois PIRG State Director

U.S. PIRG is calling on municipal, state and federal policymakers to mandate face masks in all indoor public spaces, as well as in outdoor locations where it’s hard for people to socially distance six feet apart.