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Call Your Senators: Vote AGAINST the So-Called Equality Act

The unfair Equality Act isn’t about preventing discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community—it’s about eliminating women as a legally distinct category. Tell Your U.S. Senators: Vote NO on the Equality Act.

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Act Now: COVID Screenings at the Border

The administration should apply all travel health requirements and COVID screening procedures to everyone equally and fairly, including at the border.

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Act Now: Protect Parents’ Right to Know

Parents should be able to access the materials and curriculum used to teach their children. It’s a simple enough concept and a basic right.

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Impact

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
“The strength of any charter school is that it has the ability to innovate.” Joe Smith
“I am a huge advocate for school of choice.” Lauren Holman
“My heart breaks for the students...at home just staring at a computer.” Daniel Buck
“A mom and a dad know their child better than anyone else.” Will Estrada
“They want you chained to the union. They want to make everyone a class of workers tied to the system.” Jennifer O.
“AB5 will not only disrupt my life, it will destroy my life.” Sophia A.
“I recently had a heart procedure done. I requested an itemized bill. The total bill was over $158,000… There was an item of $485 for a single jar of cream to put on the wound. I had no idea how much this procedure would be. Talk about sticker shock!” Katheryn H.
“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