Make Massachusetts a Sanctuary: Pass the SAFE COMMUNITIES ACT this session.

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To Massachusetts Legislators:

Massachusetts passage of the SAFE COMMUNITIES ACT is of the greatest moral imperative. We must assert our principles of equality and justice for all, and our deeply held value of being a SAFE haven for immigrants, including refugees from oppression.

That we have not passed such legislation prior to this moment is a failure of our collective morality. We must correct this now. We must gird ourselves against the coming economic, social, climate, and structural aggressions of President Trump’s immoral agenda.

Please support a bold 2017-18 Progressive Agenda, including the Safe Communities Act, by co-sponsoring and vigorously fighting for these bills and their objectives. (further info on these bills at ProgressiveMass.com/legislativeagenda)

HD.3052/SD.1596: An Act to protect the civil rights and safety of all Massachusetts residents (“Safe Communities Act”) (Matias-Eldridge)

SD.1389: An Act to reduce the criminalization of poverty (Brownsberger)

HD.2719/SD.984: An Act to improve the Commonwealth’s economy with a strong minimum wage and a strong tipped minimum wage (Donahue-Donnelly)

Citizen’s Petition: An Initiative Petition for an Amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth to Provide Resources for Education and Transportation through an additional tax on incomes in excess of One Million Dollars (Fair Share Amendment)

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 ❏ HD.2573/SD.1768: An Act establishing a paid family and medical leave insurance program (Gordon-Spilka)

SD.1609: An Act promoting housing and sustainable development (Chandler)

HD.3249/SD.698: An Act establishing Medicare for All in Massachusetts (Garlick-Eldridge)

SD.1905: An Act modernizing the Foundation Budget for the 21st century (Chang-Diaz)

HD.771/SD.945: An Act making public higher education in Massachusetts free for residents of the state (Gentile) / An Act promoting access to debt-free public higher education (Eldridge)

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HD.2714/SD.1128: An Act for justice reinvestment (Keefe - Chang-Diaz)

HD.1794/SD.500: An Act to eliminate mandatory minimum sentences related to drug offenses (Carvalho-Creem)

HD.450/SD.939: An Act relative to advancing contraceptive coverage and economic security in our state (ACCESS) (Haddad/Scibak-Chandler)

HD.2500/SD.1791: An Act automatically registering eligible voters and enhancing safeguards against fraud (Kocot-Creem)

SD.2049 An Act creating 21st century Massachusetts clean energy jobs (Pacheco)

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HD.2157/SD.1632: An Act relative to solar power and the green economy (Mark-Eldridge)

HD.3204/SD.1727: An Act clarifying authorities and responsibilities of the Department of Public Utilities (Kulik-Eldridge)

HD.1504/SD.1021: An Act to promote green infrastructure, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and create jobs (Benson) /
An Act combating climate change (Barrett) 

Who's signing

Katherine Despres
Sonja Alves
Cory Farinella
Leah Reis-Dennis
Alisha Jansky
Becky Jones
Bradford Matthews
Rebecca Brubaker
Ellen Sheets
Sean Mangan
Ellen Jacobs
Jana Pickard-RIchardson
Liz Rover Bailey
Naseem Makiya
Mickey O'Hara
Judith Glaubman
Michael Bakshi
Clark Taylor
Karen Walker
Linda Davis
Bill Okerman
Linnea Wren Wren
Barry Ehrlich
Peter Panov
Robert Staley
Deb Baldwin
Alison Cocuzzo
Cathy Wason
Wendy Silver
Heather Colwell
246 signatures

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