The strength of People For Liberty is that it’s made up of people like you and me who want to do something. And we can.
All around the country, there is legislation being proposed or already in the works that affects our personal liberties. We must oppose the legislation that limits our liberties now before it becomes a law. Likewise we should support legislation that increases liberty.
People For Liberty is gathering a list of Affecting Liberty Legislation (ALL) and we need your help. If you know of a piece of legislation that is affecting liberty, please fill out the form below with as much detail as possible. It’s critical that you help us categorize this data as much as possible as that makes it much easier to mobilize the right people to resist. We want to help people testify before the legislature. We want to help organize letter-writing campaigns. We want to do what we do best — unite us all as People For Liberty.
We’re hoping that in some cases you’ll want to help organize the “people on the ground” if there are none already. To be clear – if there is another group, liberty leaning or not, who is on our side about this legislation as you we strongly recommend you ally with them. Forging alliances gives you the opportunity to show people what Liberty is really about. The fact that we fight for everyone’s liberty, can generate significant goodwill for the Liberty movement. If that opportunity presents itself, jump at it.
If there is no organized movement, please check above that you’re willing to be the point person below. We’ll set you up with a basic form on the People For Liberty website and start pointing people towards it so you can start gathering information about people who want to work with you.
Affecting Liberty Legislation (ALL)Please tell us about yourself and the legislation you're concerned about.
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|Idaho||Initiative voting rights|
ID SB1110 makes it the hardest state to get an initiative on the ballot. We voted in Medicaid when they refused, now we're being punished
How high is too high? Rep. Spencer Roach Roach’s legislation (HB 1455) would limit the amount of euphoria-inducing THC in marijuana.
|Federal||Right To Work||uschamber.com|