A school board censorship controversy is heating back up while summer is cooling down; plus, read on for a guide to our packed calendar of events.
It's been a week of highs and lows. First, we watched as our hard work paid off and Trumpcare was consigned to the flames...but not without some dramatic twists. Then, the Administration attacked America's immigrant and LGBTQ+ communities. We've still got work to do, but take a moment to savor the fact that healthcare has been saved for millions...for now.
This week Indivisible: Conejo activists had a great time registering voters in the Central Valley, working to flip Rep. Devin Nunes' district in Fresno. We spent the week continuing to #RiseUp4HealthCare, calling senators and rallying in Westlake Village and Simi Valley. Check out this week's newsletter!
This week leaders from Indivisible: Conejo's Disability Rights and Healthcare teams met with Sen. Kamala Harris' staff to discuss our #RiseUp4HealthCare initiative. Meanwhile, activists prepared to travel to the Central Valley for this weekend's voter registration drive. We've got a cool summer of Indivisible events coming up! Read all about it in this week's newsletter.
Healthcare has brought a heatwave in our political climate, as well as here at home in the Conejo Valley. Our activists joined protests in Simi Valley aimed at keeping the heat on Rep. Steve Knight for his Wealthcare vote; and #RiseUp4Healthcare is trending, with our activists' healthcare stories picked up in the Twitter feeds of Senator Kamala Harris and Rep. Julia Brownley. And that's just healthcare...read on for the other fronts on which Indivisible: Conejo has taken action this week.