Women’s March draws thousands | Santa Cruz Sentinel

Women’s March draws thousands Briana Sanchez, left, and seven others in the starting line at the Santa Cruz Women’s March on Saturday. (Lucjan Szewczyk — Santa Cruz Sentinel) By JORDY HYMAN | jhyman@santacruzsentinel.com | PUBLISHED: January 19, 2019 at 3:45 pm | UPDATED: January 21, 2019 at 12:59 pm SANTA CRUZ – Multicolored signs floated above a sea of people marching up…

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Andrew’s Actions | Upcoming Marches, Ongoing Shutdown, Evidence of Trump Crimes?

Daily Action(s) Sadly, the partial government shut down continues. Fewer airplanes are being inspected. Less food is being inspected. Government employees are being forced to work without pay. All because Trump wants a political win and won’t allow a spending bill that passed the Republican-led Senate unanimously to become law. Please call our representatives and…

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Andrew’s Actions | Congressional Shutdown Continues…

Daily Action(s) The federal government shutdown is reaching record territory for its duration. Why is there a shutdown? Trump wants a wall, or at least to look like he’s fighting to get taxpayer money for a wall he claimed that Mexico would pay for, and Congressional Republicans are backing him instead of their constituents who…

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Carson’s Corner | 2018 Year End and Looking Forward to 2019

Happy New Year to you! I hope this finds you well. This letter is being written 7 days after the 116th Congress has been seated in Washington D.C. This Congress is the most diverse in the history of the country and boasts a historically high number of female representatives. More importantly, this Congress restores the…

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Andrew’s Actions | New Year, New Congress!

Daily Action(s) Yesterday, the new Congress was sworn in and Nancy Pelosi took back the gavel as the Speaker of the House! This is an incredible accomplishment, fueled by the passion and hard work of Indivisible and like-minded groups around the country. Democrats now have subpoena power and the ability to conduct meaningful oversight of…

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