Attend a Town Hall!

Congress is on break from April 10-21, which means your representatives should be back in their home districts. Enter your zipcode on the Town Hall Project website to find Town Halls near you!

Here in Los Angeles, Senator Dianne Feinstein is holding a town hall on Thursday, April 20 at 11am (doors open at 10am) at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles at 2270 S Harvard Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90018. RSVPs are required and space is limited. Sign up here.

Senator Kamala Harris will also be visiting LA. Her town hall is on Friday, April 21 from 3:30-5pm (doors open at 2:30pm) at the Holman United Methodist Church at 3320 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90018. RSVPs are required and space is limited. Sign up here.


Fight for Tax-free Tampons

Request that Assemblymember Cristina Garcia’s bill to end the tax on feminine hygiene products be scheduled for a hearing in its introduced form. Assemblymember Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, Chair of the Assembly Tax and Revenue Committee, pulled Assembly Bill 9 because he wants to allow local taxation. Contact Chair Ridley-Thomas to help get a hearing for this important legislation aiming to exempt menstrual products from taxation. Tampons are a necessity not a luxury!no-tax-on-tampons-3-ealert

Here’s the Chair’s contact information:
Phone: (916) 319-2054 & (323) 291-5441
Fax: (916) 319-2154
Twitter: @SebastianMRT


Support the Public Lands Protection Act

Tell your CA state senator to support SB-50, the Public Lands Protection Act. According to bill architect Senator Ben Allen (D-Santa Monica), “We have a sacred duty to take whatever actions we can to protect public lands from any sale or lease that would result in their loss or degradation. SB-50 will put the state in a strong position to defend federal lands in California against those threats.”

For more information about why passing SB-50 matters, check out this article about how Republicans in D.C. are limiting the ability of individual citizens to participate in debates about federal land use.

You can find your state senator at