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Indivisible | National Day of Action Tuesday 7/18

We’ve never done this before, but given the stakes it makes sense to do it now. For months, Indivisible groups have been showing up at congressional offices around the country to say no to TrumpCare. On Tuesday July 18th, our whole national network will be showing up together to say that TrumpCare would hurt our friends, our families and our country–and we’re not letting that happen without a fight.

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Impeachment March Follow Up

On Sunday, July 2nd, we march to continue to raise the voices of American citizens and DEMAND that our elected officials continue to move forward with an unbiased investigation and the impeachment of Donald Trump as he is in direct violation of The Constitution of the United State on multiple levels including:

#1 Article I, Section 9, Clause 8 – Violation of the Foreign Emoluments Clause
#2 Article II, Section 1, Clause 7 – Violation of the Domestic Emoluments Clause
#3 Article II, Section 1.8 – Obstruction of Justice

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Impeachment March

Hi! I am assisting in organizing the Impeachment March – Seattle on July 2nd and reaching out to see if there is interest in joining and/or volunteering this event.

Here is a link to all cities involved and our page…

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Resources From The Front

More coming out on the Trump-russia connections that we all know are very REAL. My faxes to Murray, Cantwell and CMR now plead with them to halt government business until investigations are complete. If this administration if found to be illegitimate, then all actions, bills, confirmations since the coronation will be deemed to be non-binding.

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Seattle Indivisible This Week

Our current Attorney General has had repeated dealings with the Russian government—despite his denials—since before Trump ever took office. He may have just recused himself from Justice Department investigations into Russian influence, but the matter is still far from settled. Let’s make sure our Members of Congress know that mere calls for “clarity” or “disclosure” just won’t do—Sessions must resign.

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