Speak out Against Critical Race Theory
Instead of working to close the achievement gaps created by the extended shutdowns this past year, many public school districts are introducing radical and controversial concepts to impressionable young students. We must stop the indoctrination of students before it’s too late. Sign the petition.
The administration should apply all travel health requirements and COVID screening procedures to everyone equally and fairly, including at the border.Sign the Petition
Leftist groups argue that legislation outlawing wage discrimination, like the Paycheck Fairness Act, is needed to close pay gaps and stop discrimination in the workplace. But that’s not what this bill would do.Take Action Now
Together, we are making a difference. Join us in creating a healthier, more secure country. With your support and participation, IWV fights everyday for:
- A transparent and accessible healthcare system
- Cutting unnecessary regulations that hold people back
- Economic policies that provide opportunity, security, and prosperity
- Passage of a Violence Against Women’s Act that protects all women
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“For me, this isn’t about party lines. I’ve gone with other colleagues to speak with politicians and sometimes I get the feeling that it’s paying lip service. I’ve heard over and over again, ‘talk to the author of the bill’.” Katerina Borghi