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Senator Sinema’s Constituents Less Likely to Support her Re-election If She Continues to Obstruct Biden’s Build Back Better Agenda

89% of MoveOn member respondents – many who volunteered for her campaign – less likely to support her again in the next election Washington, D.C. – A survey of MoveOn’s over 300,000 members in Arizona – many of whom volunteered for or otherwise supported Senator Sinema’s last campaign – showed that 89% of them would […]

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Statement of Rahna Epting, Executive Director of MoveOn, after Big Pharma Dems Vote to Gut Drug Reform Measures in Reconciliation

Statement by Rahna Epting, Executive Director of MoveOn, on Representatives Rice, Schrader and Peters gutting prescription drug reform measures in reconciliation: “Nearly two million dollars in campaign contributions. That is what it took for Big Pharma to buy the votes of three conservative Democrats to defeat the most meaningful prescription drug reform measure in generations. […]

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House Passes John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act

MoveOn praises House passage of John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and calls on the Senate to pass it as well  Washington, D.C.– Tonight, MoveOn is celebrating a crucial victory for democracy with the passage of the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act by the U.S. House of Representatives. Once signed into law, the John […]

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MoveOn: Time to Finish the Job With A Once-In-A-Generation Opportunity On Infrastructure and Reconciliation

Statement by Nita Chaudhary, Chief of Programs at MoveOn: “Now that the Senate has passed an infrastructure bill and initial $3.5 billion budget reconciliation instructions, Democrats must finish the job of this once-in-a-generation opportunity to pass significant legislation that truly meets the size and scale of what is needed.  “House Democrats should follow Speaker Pelosi’s […]

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