The American people support canceling student debt, even those who don’t have loans. One of the reasons? There’s scarcely a working person in America who doesn’t have a friend, family member, or coworker weighed down by this burden. @POTUS should #CancelStudentDebt.
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) May 21, 2022
I just wrote a @income_movement letter: [URGENT!!] Support California Guaranteed Income for Homeless Youth . Write one here: https://t.co/UrakveUwVu. @FundForHumanity helped @SenDaveCortese pass the first such law in Santa Clara County in 2020. He is sponsoring this one.
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) May 21, 2022
“Australia’s rightwing Coalition government has lost power after nearly a decade in office, with Saturday’s election showing a sharp shift to progressive parties…The biggest surprise of the night was the surge in support for the Greens.”https://t.co/MQfH6yOjS4
— Scott Santens (@scottsantens) May 21, 2022
CNN’s Chris Wallace says John Fetterman is vulnerable to Republican attacks in the general election because he’s “for universal background checks” and “wants to legalize pot.”
Polls show 60% of Pennsylvanians support legal pot and 90% support background checks pic.twitter.com/qUqddpAIxh
— Steve Morris (@stevemorris__) May 18, 2022
— Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) May 17, 2022
We need a Government and an economy that work for all of us, not just the wealthy and the well connected.
I’m grateful to have the support of @RoKhanna as we fight to win this critical race and deliver for working people.
Help us keep up the momentum by texting JOIN to 51550! pic.twitter.com/PhuwwmMPMx
— Erica D. Smith for Congress (@EricaforUS) May 9, 2022
A lot of parents out there, both conservative and liberal, who support the concept of oligopoly vouchers instead of cash, due to not trusting poor people, are now discovering that treating people as incapable of making their own choices, can indeed come back and limit their own.
— Scott Santens (@scottsantens) May 16, 2022
Thoughts and prayers redux. Pro-life Republican governors whose states rank at the bottom of social safety net provisions are pledging unprecedented support for pregnant mothers forced to carry to term. I’m from Missouri – you have to show me. https://t.co/Jypdx0M65J
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) May 15, 2022
Working mothers are struggling to feed their babies because of a national baby formula shortage. If the right really cares about babies and life, why don’t they support massive investment to ramp up production for baby formula, universal childcare, pre-K, and paid family leave?
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) May 12, 2022