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Climate

Climate

Organizing to make America a global leader in clean energy and changing the conversation on climate by calling out lawmakers who deny the basic science of climate change learn more »

Health Care

Health Care

Helping millions of Americans learn about how Obamacare works for them and how they can find affordable care learn more »

Immigration

Immigration

Fighting to fix our broken immigration system to grow our economy by creating an earned pathway to citizenship for undocumented youth and their families learn more »

Jobs and the Economy

Jobs & the Economy

Working for a better bargain for all Americans, building a stronger and more secure economy for the middle class and for those working to get in the middle class learn more »

OFA is making a difference every day. Read the latest news on how we’re fighting for Americans in communities nationwide. Read More »

  • OFA volunteers honored as White House Champions of Change

    Volunteers from Nevada and Arizona were honored by the White House earlier this month as two grassroots leaders taking critical steps in their communities to reduce gun violence.

    Being honored by the White House is no small recognition—but if you ask Pam Simon or Teresa Crawford what it feels like to be named a Champion of Change, they'll be the first to say this award is about their community, not them. read more »
    gun violence prevention
  • Two more clean energy victories in California

    In the constant fight against climate change, it feels great to get news like this.

    Climate change is a daunting problem, but by organizing and winning fights like this across the country, we can act on climate one community at a time.
    Last month, we heard two great updates from our local campaigns in California to fight climate change by speeding up the switch to clean energy—energy that doesn’t create the carbon pollution that contributes to climate change. read more »
    Climate
  • Speaker Boehner: Bring unemployment insurance to a vote

    There's something happening on John Boehner's Facebook page right now.

    Earlier this week the Senate passed a measure that would restore unemployment insurance to more than 2 million job seekers. Now, it's up to Speaker John Boehner to bring the measure to a vote in the house. More than 2,000 supporters have taken to Facebook to raise their voices, so Boehner knows what renewing unemployment benefits means to them and their communities.

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    Economy and jobs
  • Volunteers demand a #FairFutureNow on Equal Pay Day

    Unless things change, the gender pay gap will continue to hold back families.

    Today, women are the main breadwinner in a record-high 40% of households with children. When women earn less than their fair share, it hurts our families and it hurts our economy. It's time to stand with women everywhere by fighting for the right to equal pay for equal work.

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    Day of Action Women
  • Tuesday is Equal Pay Day

    Women must work this far into the new year to match what men earned last year.

    Women who work full-time earn, on average, just 77 cents for every dollar a man makes. Unless things change, that reality leaves women and their families a step behind in the pursuit of the American dream.

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    Economy and jobs Women
  • One step closer to relief for job-seekers

    The Senate just passed a bipartisan bill to restore a critical lifeline to millions of Americans.

    December 28, 2013: That's the date that millions of job-seeking Americans had the rug pulled out from under them when Congress failed to renew extended unemployment insurance. But a bipartisan bill that just passed in the Senate could rectify that. read more »
    Economy and jobs

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