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IndivisibleAVL Interview on WPVM 103.7

November 2, 2017

Host of WPVM’s “A Better World” McNair Ezzard speaks with Indivisible Asheville/WNC about their work organizing, resisting and protecting our core democratic values and rights from attack. Listen live: Thursday 5pm ET on WPVM 103.7 The Voice  Streaming live at wpvmfm.org Re-broadcast on Sunday,…

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100% Renewable Energy Plan for Buncombe County

October 12, 2017

Tuesday, October 17th, 5 pm, 200 College Street, Suite 326 At the Buncombe County Commissioners meeting next week Brownie Newman will be proposing that Buncombe County commit to the goal of utilizing 100%  renewable energy for its operations within 10 years.…

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They’re sabotaging the ACA

October 2, 2017

This week we’ll be contacting our representatives to ask them to work on strengthening the ACA rather than making it harder for millions of us to get the healthcare we need.  They’ve cut the funding for any ads about the ACA by 90% and for Navigators by 40%, and cut the Open Enrollment period to just 6 weeks. And now they are going to take the website Healthcare.gov down for 12 hours each weekend for maintenance.  If they can’t repeal and replace it, they’re going to make sure it dies the death of a thousand cuts. 

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Tell Burr & Tillis to Vote No On the Trump Tax Scam

The Senate Finance Committee voted late Thursday in favor of its version of the tax bill, paving the way for the first major legislative victory for the Trump administration.  The panel's 14-12 vote means the bill will likely reach the Senate floor sometime after Thanksgiving. So now is the time to call and call again.
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Nobody is above the Law—Mueller Firing Rapid Response

Nationwide, activists are organizing more than 300 emergency “Nobody is Above the Law” rallies to take place in the case that Donald Trump interferes with the criminal investigation into his campaign and administration.
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How to Help Puerto Rico

According to The Center for International Disaster Information (CIDI), which is part of the US Agency for International Development, donating money is almost always the best way to give aid. Before sending material goods (like blankets, food, or toys), the CIDI recommends confirming with relief organizations there is a real need for them. If you want to assist in person, nonprofits…
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