Protect Nonprofit Organizations from Terrorist Attacks

We urge you to join us in ensuring that non-profit organizations across this country can make needed improvements to secure themselves against terrorist attacks by signing the below letter requesting the final Homeland Security Appropriations Bill for Fiscal
Year 2020 fund the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) at $50 million and State Homeland Security Grant Program (SHSGP) NSGP at $40 million

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DEADLINE TODAY COB: Join Letter Asking Twitter to Prevent Interference with our 2020 Census

Please sign our letter asking Twitter Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey to share Twitter’s plan to prevent interference in our upcoming national count. As social media platforms continue to face interference attempts in our elections, these platforms must
also be prepared for efforts to impede our 2020 Census. Through our census every ten years, the United States Government determines where to allocate congressional districts and over $800 billion in federal spending. Misinformation campaigns to discourage
certain demographic groups from participating in our census threaten an accurate count, which could have profound implications over the subsequent decade and beyond. 

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TODAY: Briefing on Mexico Labor Rights Reforms

As debate continues over possible passage in Congress of a new NAFTA, questions on Mexico’s labor reforms remain of paramount importance. We would like to invite you and your staff to a briefing about the recently enacted laws and ongoing budget process
in Mexico. Many stakeholders, including Members of Congress, have highlighted the importance of robust reform and funding to implement these new safeguards for the rights of workers in Mexico. However, deficiencies in the proposed budget for the Ministry of
Labor and Social Welfare in the Mexican legislature has raised questions about the need for more investments across the board.

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DEADLINE TOMORROW COB: Join Letter Asking Twitter to Prevent Interference with our 2020 Census

Please sign our letter asking Twitter Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey to share Twitter’s plan to prevent interference in our upcoming national count. As social media platforms continue to face interference attempts in our elections, these platforms must
also be prepared for efforts to impede our 2020 Census. Through our census every ten years, the United States Government determines where to allocate congressional districts and over $800 billion in federal spending. Misinformation campaigns to discourage
certain demographic groups from participating in our census threaten an accurate count, which could have profound implications over the subsequent decade and beyond. 

Read More

DEADLINE 10/31: Join Letter Asking Twitter to Prevent Interference with our 2020 Census

Please sign our letter asking Twitter Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey to share Twitter’s plan to prevent interference in our upcoming national count. As social media platforms continue to face interference attempts in our elections, these platforms must
also be prepared for efforts to impede our 2020 Census. Through our census every ten years, the United States Government determines where to allocate congressional districts and over $800 billion in federal spending. Misinformation campaigns to discourage
certain demographic groups from participating in our census threaten an accurate count, which could have profound implications over the subsequent decade and beyond. 

Read More

Briefing on Mexico Labor Rights Reforms

As debate continues over possible passage in Congress of a new NAFTA, questions on Mexico’s labor reforms remain of paramount importance. We would like to invite you and your staff to a briefing about the recently enacted laws and ongoing budget process
in Mexico. Many stakeholders, including Members of Congress, have highlighted the importance of robust reform and funding to implement these new safeguards for the rights of workers in Mexico. However, deficiencies in the proposed budget for the Ministry of
Labor and Social Welfare in the Mexican legislature has raised questions about the need for more investments across the board.

Read More

DEADLINE 10/31: Join Letter Asking Twitter to Prevent Interference with our 2020 Census

Please sign our letter asking Twitter Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey to share Twitter’s plan to prevent interference in our upcoming national count. As social media platforms continue to face interference attempts in our elections, these platforms must
also be prepared for efforts to impede our 2020 Census. Through our census every ten years, the United States Government determines where to allocate congressional districts and over $800 billion in federal spending. Misinformation campaigns to discourage
certain demographic groups from participating in our census threaten an accurate count, which could have profound implications over the subsequent decade and beyond. 

Read More

Briefing on Mexico Labor Rights Reforms

As debate continues over possible passage in Congress of a new NAFTA, questions on Mexico’s labor reforms remain of paramount importance. We would like to invite you and your staff to a briefing about the recently enacted laws and ongoing budget process
in Mexico. Many stakeholders, including Members of Congress, have highlighted the importance of robust reform and funding to implement these new safeguards for the rights of workers in Mexico. However, deficiencies in the proposed budget for the Ministry of
Labor and Social Welfare in the Mexican legislature has raised questions about the need for more investments across the board.

Read More

DEADLINE 10/31: Join Letter Asking Twitter to Prevent Interference with our 2020 Census

Please sign our letter asking Twitter Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey to share Twitter’s plan to prevent interference in our upcoming national count. As social media platforms continue to face interference attempts in our elections, these platforms must
also be prepared for efforts to impede our 2020 Census. Through our census every ten years, the United States Government determines where to allocate congressional districts and over $800 billion in federal spending. Misinformation campaigns to discourage
certain demographic groups from participating in our census threaten an accurate count, which could have profound implications over the subsequent decade and beyond. 

Read More