• The continued attack on women’s rights and health

    Did you see what happened in the Senate last week?

    A group of lawmakers in the Senate took their attacks on women's rights a step further last week when Senator Lindsey Graham introduced an extreme bill that would severely limit women’s ability to access quality reproductive care. read more »
    Women
  • We're going public with this list

    It's time for these members of Congress to lead on immigration.

    It's really not complicated: The House could pass comprehensive immigration reform today if it simply held a vote. That's why, starting today, OFA is going public with a list of the lawmakers we believe are the key to getting comprehensive immigration reform passed. read more »
    Immigration
  • Meet OFA Volunteer Leslie Sheffield

    Volunteers have carried this movement from the start, and that's not changing.

    Leslie couldn't sit back and let people try to dismiss Obamacare, a law that would benefit millions, so she got involved in her community—and learned that one of the best ways to get the word out is to sit down with people, one-on-one. read more »
    Health Care
  • The EPA is about to change the game on climate change

    Limits on carbon pollution for new power plants will have a huge impact.

    Did you know that here in the United States, we have absolutely no limits on how much carbon pollution can be emitted by power plants, even though they are the single largest source of carbon pollution? That's about to change. read more »
    Climate Environment
  • Submit art, inspire action

    Dedicate your artistic talents to fix our broken immigration system.

    Art has always played an important role in social change. Movements are built around unifying symbols and creative calls to action. No matter what skill you have to offer, put it to use to help pass comprehensive immigration reform.

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    Immigration
  • ENDA heads to the House

    We just got one big step closer to another victory for equality.

    The Senate has passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, or ENDA, a bill that would ensure that no one can be legally discriminated against in the workplace just because of who you are or who you love. It's time for the House to do the same. read more »
    Equal Rights ENDA
  • Gov. Patrick: Obamacare works

    People are listening, so let's talk about how the Affordable Care Act will benefit Americans.

    On Monday, I attended the OFA Obamacare Summit where I was able to share my thoughts on how health reform is benefiting Americans nationwide—and what we can learn from Massachusetts, where thousands of people have had their lives saved because of access to quality care.

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    Health Care
  • Get talking about Obamacare

    Talk more than turkey with your loved ones this holiday season.

    Is there someone in your life—a friend, son, daughter, girlfriend, boyfriend, nephew, niece—who needs to know more about health insurance? 'Tis the season to get talking.

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    Video Health Care
  • A preview of the OFA Obamacare Summit

    President Obama joins OFA and other progressive organizations to talk about the Affordable Care Act.

    OFA's Obamacare Summit kicks off today, and partner organizations are excited about making the law a success.

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    Health Care
  • President Obama: "Providing people with health care—that should be a no-brainer”

    Speaking in Massachusetts, President Obama made it clear that no one is losing access to health insurance.

    Like Obamacare, Massachusetts health reform law had its hiccups upon implementation. There were technical issues. There was a slow start to enrollment. In fact, only 123 people signed up in the first month. But the kinks were eventually smoothed out, and today there is nearly universal coverage in Massachusetts—and the vast majority of Bay Staters are happy with their insurance plans.
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    Health Care