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Request to Senator Burr for Senate Intelligence Committee Updates

May 4, 2017

Two of our members recently reached out to Senator Richard Burr to ask him to provide regular and frequent updates about the progress of the committee’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2017 Presidential Election. They met with staff in Senator Burr’s Asheville office and after reading the following memo together, asked that it passed on the Senator Burr.

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We Don’t Look Good in RussianTies

March 20, 2017

On March 10, 2017, over 8,000 #RussianTies post cards were mailed by NC voters to Senator Richard Burr’s office in…

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Indivisible Asheville in the News

February 8, 2017

What excitement at our last big meeting! With hundreds in attendance, we drew the attention of WLOS-TV. More on the February 6th…

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Love Thy Neighbor Medicaid Expansion Action Hour

Join in the “Call Your Legislators” action hour on Tuesday, February 7th, at 11 am.
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Join Pro Choice NC in Telling Our NC Reps to Protect Abortion Care

It’s a new session in the NC General Assembly (NCGA), and anti-abortion extremists are already planning to push through further unnecessary restrictions and bans on reproductive healthcare in North Carolina.…
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Sign Up Today for “Love Thy Neighbor” Postcard Campaign for Medicaid Expansion

Show your love this Valentine’s season by advocating for affordable healthcare. The NC Justice Center’s Health Advocacy Project is launching a “Love Thy Neighbor!” Postcard and Advocacy Day Campaign in January…
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Support the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act

On May 14, 2021, the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act passed the U.S. House in a bipartisan 315-101 vote. Despite bipartisan support in both chambers, the bill has stalled in the U.S.…
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Thank Our NC Senators for Helping to Pass the Respect for Marriage Act

Last Tuesday, NC Senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis joined with 10 other Republicans in the U.S. Senate to pass the bipartisan Respect for Marriage Act. The bill now goes…
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