Huge news: Yesterday, Michael Bloomberg announced that he’ll spend $50 million this year on political campaigning for gun reform. That’s more than the NRA will spend on campaigning against it.
Author: Stefanie Faucher
Anna Galland discusses MoveOn’s Medicaid expansion campaign with Chris Hayes on “All In” on MSNBC.
MoveOn Ramps Up Campaign for Medicaid Expansion with New TV, Radio Ads Parodying GOP Position on Medicaid
On Wednesday, March 19, MoveOn members across the country will be ramping up their national Medicaid expansion campaign by urging GOP leaders to stop blocking health care access for millions of Americans and encouraging them to accept federal funding to expand Medicaid with a series of new TV and radio ads.
MoveOn Members Urge Medicaid Expansion in Holdout States; New Billboards, Petitions, and Actions Target GOP Obstructionists in TX, FL, VA, NE, LA, and WI
As Republican governors and state legislators face increasing criticism for failing to provide access to health care for some of their poorest constituents, MoveOn members in Texas, Nebraska, Florida, Louisiana, Wisconsin, and Virginia are using billboards, petitions, and rallies to ratchet up the pressure on their elected officials and urge them to accept federal Medicaid funds, which would allow them to extend health coverage to more than two million Americans.
In Wake of Exxon CEO’s Lawsuit Against Local Fracking Infrastructure, MoveOn.org Offers Tillerson “FrackingFighter” Award to Help Stop Fracking in His Community
In reaction to news out earlier this week that ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson was filing a lawsuit to stop the construction of a water tower in his community used for storing water for fracking, MoveOn.org has decided to offer the CEO its #FrackingFighter grant, which provides training, materials, and up to $500 in reimbursements in expenses for materials used to run an anti-fracking campaign in a local community.
MoveOn members tell Congress to support the Voting Rights Amendment Act.
MoveOn Launches Campaign to Protect and Expand Voting Rights; Campaign Kicks Off With More Than 4,000 Visits to Congressional Offices Today
Today, MoveOn.org is launching a new 50-state campaign to protect and expand voting rights in this country.
When MoveOn.org started in 1998, the idea of using the internet to connect progressives and fuel a people-powered grassroots movement was unheard of. Now, progressive, online, member-led organizations are cropping up across the globe—all built on the MoveOn model.
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Radiation was leaking from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant, and the company tasked with containing the leaks, Tepco, wasn’t telling the public. MoveOn member Harvey Wasserman, an anti-nuclear activist in Columbus, Ohio, was determined to shine a light on the precarious situation.