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Quick signature: Tell congress to increase funding for HCBS!

July 13, 2021
We need to improve our long-term care system to enable kids and people with disabilities, as well as older adults, to live safely at home and thrive in their communities. Tell Congress to make expansion of Home- and Community-Based Services (HCBS) a priority.
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Use Your Voice, Black Lives Matter

How to Talk About Police Brutality with Children

April 19, 2021
The unending and unjust police brutality towards Black lives has once again created a wave of devastating media content and rippling conversations families are once again forced to have. For Black families this has been a never ending conversation as police violence takes Black life, after Black...
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Dear Congress: Need More Reasons to Build a Care Infrastructure NOW? Read This.

September 17, 2021
In our Care Economy Storybook 2021, MomsRising has captured powerful and moving stories from families across the nation about how hard it is to give care, and how our inadequate Care Infrastructure hurts families, businesses and our economy.
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Quick signature: Tell Governors to stop playing COVID politics with our kids’ health!

September 3, 2021
Tell governors you are outraged, and to stop playing politics with our kids’ health by banning local school officials from taking reasonable public health measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19!
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Strong Care Square onesie for Care Economy Storybook

Dear Congress: "The system is broken and it needs to be fixed." A Care Economy Storybook

August 19, 2021
It's not enough to go back to where we were. We need to build back better. In our Care Economy Storybook 2021, MomsRising has captured powerful and moving stories from families across the nation about how hard it is to give care, making the case that it doesn't have to be this way.
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Top #5Actions of the Past Week: Saturday, August 14, 2021

August 13, 2021
Key care infrastructure components have moved forward this week in the U.S. Senate (including childcare for all and universal paid/family leave) propelled by voices like yours! THANK YOU! Now, we need to move these same policies forward in the US House. This week we have #5Actions for you to take that keep building the momentum to help make that happen.
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Moms Got It Done This Year in the Washington Legislature

August 12, 2021
Last September, as wildfires ravaged the Pacific Northwest, my son George’s preschool was closed because it was unsafe to play outside. For what was already a very hard year for our kids—in the middle of an unprecedented global pandemic—I had to explain to my son that this time it wasn’t the virus...
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Help keep a pathway to citizenship in the reconciliation package!

August 12, 2021
During the early hours of August 11, the U.S. Senate passed the budget resolution and kept a pathway to citizenship in the reconciliation package. Now it's on to the U.S. House of Representatives. Urge your member of Congress to support this important measure.
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Top #5Actions of the Past Week: Friday, August 6, 2021

August 5, 2021
While August is usually a quiet time on the legislative front, the pandemic has made this year anything but usual. In fact, August is busier than ever on the legislative front! So we need your help making sure our leaders prioritize building a care infrastructure. Here are #5Actions that need your attention.
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There is no time to waste! Congress and the White House need to extend the #EvictionMoratorium Immediately.

August 2, 2021
Let’s make something clear here. Families are trying their best to weather this storm and shouldn’t have to pay the price of delayed relief funding and a pandemic that continues to impact our communities. Tell Congress and the White House to take immediate action to extend the federal eviction moratorium!
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