Recommendations on governing safely and demanding accountability.
Structural barriers kept control of state legislatures largely the same, but multi-racial community coalitions achieved major victories.
State legislators are uniquely positioned to find solutions that mitigate the harm for at-risk medical populations, hourly workers, and everyone who is one health emergency away from financial ruin.
Legislators and partners can implement innovative solutions that will make our workforce and our local economies safer and stronger.
Some states have taken advantage of the COVID-19 crisis to play politics and restrict abortion care access.
COVID-19 disproportionately affects Black and Brown people. Legislators are pushing for improved data collection, contact tracing, and transparency on racial impact.
State legislators can take should take immediate emergency measures and long-term solutions to prevent mass evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Undocumented Immigrants make up a disproportionate share of frontline workers and are especially concentrated in high-risk industries.
COVID-19 pandemic affects every health care system in the United States. State legislatures have a responsibility to ensure that these systems are operating effectively and equitably.
Legislators should work to ensure that there is a sound regional and/or local alternative food supply chain.