ADA Director on C-Span Tomorrow
ADA's National Director, Michael J. Wilson, will appear tomorrow between 7:00 and 8:00 am on C-Span's Washington Journal. Call in with your questions! Republicans: (202) 737-0001 • Democrats: (202) 737-0002 • Independents: (202) 628-0205
ADA Mourns the Loss of Senator Kennedy
Read statements by ADA President Richard Parker and National Director Michael J. Wilson here. Also, leave your thoughts on Senator Kennedy's life and legacy in the comments.
Take Action on Health Care Reform
Real health care reform must include a public option. Send your lawmakers an email telling them to support a robust public health care option (and reminding them single-payer is the only option that will fix all the problems in our health care system).
Tell Congress to Extend Unemployment Benefits
There are signs the economy is beginning to recover, but millions of Americans are still out of work. See our latest on the real unemployment rate here and call your lawmakers today at 202-224-3121 and tell them to pass an extension of unemployment benefits to support American families during this recession.
Take Part in a Working Families Win Labor Day Event
Labor Day Weekend ADA's Working Families Win project will host town hall meetings in support of workers' rights and the Employee Free Choice Act. Find out if there is an event near you at www.workingfamilieswin.org. ADA National Director Michael J. Wilson will attend the event held in the Philadelphia suburb of Norristown, PA.
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