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Apologies again for missing last week's check in.


Reminder that we have a suggestion post if there’s a topic that you’d like to see discussed but would like to ask the mods to look into. This can be anything from general information, or a how-to-do-a-thing, or something you may want to discuss as a community. Folks are welcome to post directly to the comm as always, but if you’re not comfortable/don’t have spoons, we can help too.

Also if you need help with tags, PM [personal profile] redbird who is our tag guru. Both [personal profile] tanaqui and I are very grateful for the help.

Submit a public comment on the Senate's Healthcare bill
Link to spreadsheet for actions and groups resisting AHCA/BRCA
Find a town hall event and call your senators about BRCA

Donation matching for several groups happening right now (or recently. Still good organizations to give to if you're looking)

Voter Registration / Voting Rights
Call to support the Automatic Voter Registration Act
Call State reps/administration against voter suppression tactics

Climate Change
City of Boston hosting climate change data

How's everyone doing?

Poll #18546 this week
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 8


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called my one senator
5 (62.5%)

called my other senator
5 (62.5%)

called my representative
4 (50.0%)

called my governor
3 (37.5%)

called my state reps
0 (0.0%)

sent a letter/postcard/fax/email
4 (50.0%)

attended a town hall
0 (0.0%)

donated moeny to a cause
2 (25.0%)

attended an in person sctivist group
3 (37.5%)

participated in online phone training
0 (0.0%)


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went to a protest
1 (12.5%)

signed up for alerts
0 (0.0%)

took care of myself
4 (50.0%)

not a US citizen but worked in solidarity in my own community
0 (0.0%)

did something else
4 (50.0%)

committed to action in the coming week
2 (25.0%)

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The city of Boston has put up a climate change website that republishes EPA and other federal government stuff that the current administration has scrubbed:


The top of the home page identifies it as a City of Boston site, and says
The City of Boston wishes to acknowledge and attribute this information to the United States Environmental Protection Agency and other federal agencies for the decades of work that they have done to advance the fight against climate change. While this information may not be readily available on the agency’s webpage right now, here in Boston we know climate change is real and we will continue to take action to fight it.

I haven't explored very much yet, but there's a lot there.


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