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See tweets and photos from OFA's fight to pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.

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  • Hawaii's chance for equality

    It's an exciting time in Hawaii, and OFA supporters are part of the movement to bring the freedom to marry to their state.

    The Hawaii state legislature has convened a special session to consider bringing marriage equality to Hawaii. OFA Hawaii is on the ground to let their representatives know that the Aloha State deserves equality.

  • Truth Team: How Obamacare is helping young people

    Nearly 90% of young adults may receive some financial assistance thanks to the law.

    There are 17 million uninsured young Americans who now have the opportunity to get affordable health insurance thanks to Obamacare. Almost 90% of those youngpeople could get some form of financial assistance for getting covered.

  • "Give me your tired, your poor, 
your huddled masses."

    Actor Jonathan Del Arco was 10 years old when his father brought him to America.

    This month Republicans and Democrats united to reopen the government and prevent the country from defaulting. That gives me hope that they will stand strong together now to pass comprehensive immigration reform in the House of Representatives.

  • Stand up for LGBT Americans

    No one should be fired for being gay or transgender.

    Polling shows that a clear majority of Americans—Republicans and Democrats—support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers from being fired for who they are. Here's a look at the 29 states where there are no state laws protecting gay Americans from being fired for who they are.

  • Illinois rallies for marriage equality

    Thousands join the call for equality in the Land of Lincoln.

    See tweets and photos from the march on Springfield, as supporters call on the Illinois House to bring marriage equality to a vote.

  • Detroit stands with women

    OFA-MI launches a local Stand with Women program.

    Supporters joined community leaders in Detroit's Eastern Market neighborhood to join the local fight to protect women's rights.

  • Fighting to advance immigration reform

    Volunteers make it clear to the House of Representatives: It's time to take action.

    OFA supporters were out in their communities to make sure Congress hears its constituents and passes immigration reform.

  • Doubling down on comprehensive immigration reform

    President Obama has made immigration reform one of his top priorities, and it's one of OFA's, too.

    OFA plans to concentrate efforts on House Republican leadership and a select group of members of Congress to make sure the House of Representatives brings comprehensive immigration reform to a vote.

  • Will you add your name?

    OFA supporters are delivering a letter to leaders in Congress.

    Our lawmakers need to hear from the people who sent them to Washington: Don't let something like this happen again.

  • Turning frustration into motivation

    This is how you send a message to Congress.

    For weeks, OFA supporters rallied across the country to end the Tea Party shutdown. Here's what that looked like in Ohio.

  • It's finally over

    To all OFA volunteers who fought to get us here: Thank you for your help.

    The President signed legislation last night that ended the shutdown and prevented default. That's in no small part thanks to what you did.