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Release the Report: An Ordinary Citizen’s View

Indivisible AVL volunteers and supporters held a press conference for the local media on Thursday, April 4, at 3:00 pm, in support of the “Release The Report” National Day of Action and public rally held later that day. A local attorney presented brief remarks on the legal perspective on the importance of releasing the full…

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Sign Now: Make the Mueller Report Public!

Sign this petition to Senators Tillis and Burr, urging them to take action to make the Mueller Report public. Then join us Wednesday afternoon, March 27, at 12:30 pm, as we deliver a stack of petitions to Sen. Tillis’s office at the Historic Courthouse Square in Hendersonville. The petition states simply: “Americans have the right…

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Indivisible AVL Protests Bernhardt Nomination for Interior Secretary

Indivisible Asheville/WNC recently joined with hundreds of organizations all over the country in signing a letter of opposition to Trump’s nomination of David Bernhardt for Secretary of Interior. In his 18 months serving as the Interior Department’s deputy secretary, Bernhardt has been at the center of a culture of corruption that has been the Interior…

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Join Rapid Response to Stop Offshore Drilling in NC

The Trump administration is gearing up to open our Atlantic coast to offshore drilling, despite the overwhelming objections of governors and citizens of coastal states. The Center for Biological Diversity has set up a Rapid Response protest, so that within 48 hours of the release of the administration’s plans, there will be protests across North…

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Letters to the Editor: Trump’s Fake National Emergency

The national Indivisible Project recently published an update on the #FakeEmergency, which included an excellent Letter To the Editor guide we thought we’d reprint here. Letters to the Editor might not seem like the flashiest way to get your member of Congress’s attention. But there’s something about a sharp Letter to the Editor in a…

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