June 1: Call our Assemblymember Dahle to vote YES on SB 497, which would limit gun purchases.
June 2: Take action to fight climate change on the local level.
June 3: Contact our Assemblymember to support SB 149, which would require presidential candidates to release their tax returns.
June 4: Contact our State Senator Gaines to vote YES on AB 262, the Buy Clean California Act, which would spend state taxpayer money in a way that helps reduce the pollution that causes climate change.
June 5: Contact LaMalfa to OPPOSE H.R. 10, the "Financial CHOICE Act", which would increase the risk of another financial crisis, and would make it easier for banks and lenders to rip people off, by deregulating Wall Street.
June 6: Contact LaMalfa to co-sponsor H.Con.Res 63 (House Concurrent Resolution 63), "Supporting efforts to enact a bold jobs and infrastructure package that benefits all Americans, not just billionaires."
June 7: Contact our Assemblymember Dahle to support SB 562, which would provide single-payer healthcare for all Californians.
June 8: Contact our representatives to OPPOSE the current president's proposal to privatize air traffic control.
June 9: Contact our State Senator Ted Gaines to vote YES on AB 699 and AB 21, which would protect students from immigration enforcement at school.
June 10: Plan to attend and speak at your local Board of Supervisors and/or City Council meetings.
June 11: Make a public comment to protect and support our national monuments.
June 12: Contact our Members of Congress to support the Equality Act, which would ban discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
June 13: Call LaMalfa to support the COVFEFE Act (Communications Over Various Feeds Electronically for Engagement), which would ensure that Twitter posts and similar social media communications are documented and preserved as part of the presidential record; take steps on healthcare.
June 14: Contact LaMalfa to vote NO on H.R. 1215, which would eliminate legal protections for patients against malpractice while easing liabilities on pharmaceutical companies.
June 15: Contact our Assemblymember Dahle and let him know you OPPOSE AB 165, which would kill the privacy protections for over 6 million Californians. (and more)
June 16: Contact our Representatives to support H.J.Res. 53 and S.J.Res. 5, which would remove the deadline for ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment; tell LaMalfa to stop voting on the specifics of a healthcare bill his constituents don't want and to instead oppose the bill.
June 17: Mail a letter to our Assemblymember Brian Dahle to SUPPORT AB 1687, which would restrict the use of rat poisons that are unintentionally killing bobcats, coyotes, owls, eagles, and hawks.
June 18: Oppose the imprisonment, persecution, and torture of gay men in Chechnya.
June 19: OPPOSE H.R. 1654, the Water Supply Permitting Coordination Act, which would limit scientific review of the environmental impact of proposed dams.
June 20: Contact people in other districts to OPPOSE HR 1873, LaMalfa's bill that would bypass federal regulations that protect the environment.
June 21: Oppose Tillerson's plan to work directly with Russia on issues of cybersecurity, help create the needed "amendments" to oppose the AHCA (TrumpCare), and get the word out to oppose McClintock's and LaMalfa's H.R. 1654, which would force dam building by weakening environmental protections.
June 22: Call to demand justice for Charleena Lyles, the pregnant woman who called the police about a burglary and wound up being murdered by them in front of her children.
June 23: Contact our Assemblymember to co-sponsor and SUPPORT AB 375, which would prevent your private internet history from being sold to advertisers; contact Secretary of the Interior Zinke to re-list the Greater Yellowstone grizzly bear as an Endangered Species.
June 24: Contact your House Rep to OPPOSE H.R. 3003, which punished sanctuary cities and destroys our ability to make state laws regarding immigration. Contact your State Senator to SUPPORT AB 699 and AB 21, which would protect students from immigration enforcement at school. Also info on the GOP Presidential Approval Poll and gerrymandering.
June 25: Contact our Senators to oppose S. 1241, which would make it easier for the government to seize digital currency through civil asset forfeiture.
June 26: Participate in the push for 1,000 local calls on healthcare.
June 27: Contact our State Senator Gaines to SUPPORT the California DISCLOSE Act (formerly AB 14) under its new bill number: AB 249.
June 28: Contact the Chair of the State Assembly Education Committee to support AB10, which would provide free access to menstrual products in California schools for grades 6-12.
June 29: Contact our members of Congress to stand up for the rights of LGBTQ students.
June 30: Support HR 3057, the Fair Representation Act, to elect House Representatives through ranked choice voting, which would make elections better reflect what the voters want instead of locking districts to one party.