In today’s world, equipping young people with the knowledge and skills they need to navigate their sexual health is paramount. That’s where the Massachusetts Healthy Youth Act comes into play. First introduced in 2011, this visionary piece of legislation seeks to implement comprehensive sexual health education in schools, ensuring our youth have access to accurateContinue reading “Empower Youth through Comprehensive Sexual Health Education”
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Elect Cole for VA State House
Honorable Joshua Cole knows not only what challenges people face in Fredericksburg and Stafford County but also what it means to truly serve his constituents. In 2019, he became the youngest person and first Black person elected from the Fredericksburg region to serve in the Virginia House of Delegates. Passionate about improving public schools &Continue reading “Elect Cole for VA State House”
Elect Roem for VA State Senate
During her time in the House, Delegate Danica Roem has been a force for the people of her district and the entire Commonwealth of Virginia. Danica has actively advocated for protecting public spaces, resources, and historical sites, thoughtful and efficient infrastructure projects, government transparency, and free school lunches for Virginia’s children. Most notably, in theContinue reading “Elect Roem for VA State Senate”
Elect Feggans for VA State House
As a native of the area, Michael Feggans was raised in the West Kempsville portion of Virginia Beach. He is the son of those who truly understand what it means to serve others; his mother was a career Norfolk public school teacher for 30+ years, and his father was a Captain for the Norfolk InternationalContinue reading “Elect Feggans for VA State House”
MA Priority Legislation
Help End Period Poverty
Write your State Senators and Representatives to add their names as a co-sponsor to H.534/ S.1381: An Act to increase access to disposable menstrual products. No one should have to choose between food, a roof over their head, theireducation, and access to menstrual products. Yet every day inMassachusetts, menstruators are forced to make exactly that choice.
Advance Indigenous Legislation
Email Your State Legislators. The 2023-2024 MA Indigenous Legislative Agenda includes 5 priorities: Remove Racist Mascots, Honor Indigenous People’s Day, Celebrate and Teach Native American Cultures & History, Protect Native American Heritage, and Support the Education and Futures of Native Youth. Please urge your state legislators to co-sponsor these five important bills today!
Give to Act on Mass
Donate for Transparency in Massachusetts. Act On Mass lets us know what’s really going on at the State House, paying attention to every session of the legislature and what’s going on with 7,000 bills in 3 dozen committees. That takes time and resources that they depend on small donors for.
Coffee & Conversation with Your MA State Legislators
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2022 Notable Wins for Dems!
Last updated 11/19/22 Candidate/Issue State Office ✅ Healey/Driscoll MA Governor/ Lt. Governor ✅ Andrea Campbell MA Attorney General ✅ Diana DiZoglio MA Auditor ✅ Katherine Clark MA CD 5 ✅ Lori Trahan MA CD 3 ✅ Question 1 MA Fair Share ✅ Question 2 MA Dental Insurance Reform ✅ Question 4 MA Drivers licenses forContinue reading “2022 Notable Wins for Dems!”
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