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After Katrina, Fund Full Recovery of Gulf Coast -- Not War on Iraq
Attend the peace rallys September 24 - 26th

Best E-Voting Bill Reintroduced

The bill contains several critically important election reforms, including the requirement of a paper audit trail for all electronic voting machines, random audits, and public availability of all code used in elections. HR 550 was reintroduced in February, and it currently has over 130 bipartisan cosponsors. Help support its passage!

ACLU: Safe and Free in Times of Crisis

The September 11, 2001 attacks on America changed us many ways. Some of these changes, like a renewed sense of national purpose, are heartening. Yet much else is deeply disturbing, and perhaps most disturbing is the government?s apparent belief that our society cannot be both safe and free.

Chilling Effects Clearinghouse

Do you know your online rights? Are you concerned about liability for information that someone else posted to your online forum? Chilling Effects aims to help you understand the protections that the First Amendment and intellectual property laws give to your online activities.

California Related Actions
Califiornia League of Conservation Voters

Learn why the California League of Conservation Voters Opposes Governor's Special Election, Three Propositions

RFIDs Out of California IDs!

RFID tags are small embedded chips in documents and objects that respond to remote requests with identifying data. Originally conceived as a way to identify and track objects, RFID tags are increasingly being used to tag and "authenticate" human beings. That's a different world entirely: if RFID tags are included in California IDs without safeguards for your privacy, your personal information could be scanned without your knowledge or permission, exposing you to the risk of tracking, stalking, and identity theft.

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