Washington, DC– This week, Politico spotlighted the Fairness Project’s effort to expand Medicaid in South Dakota.
Fairness Project Applauds South Dakota Signature Certification to Place Medicaid Expansion on 2022 Ballot
South Dakota Becomes Seventh State Where the Fairness Project has Advanced a Medicaid Expansion Ballot Measure
Nine States Where Fairness Project has Advanced a Minimum Wage Ballot Measure Will Get a Raise on January 1st.
Washington, DC– Fairness Project unveiled its new logo and website as the organization prepares to pass progressive ballot measures and defend direct democracy in states across the country during the 2022 election cycle.
Pierre, South Dakota – Today, the South Dakotans Decide Healthcare campaign submitted a petition, signed by 46,119 South Dakotans, to place Medicaid expansion on the ballot in 2022. South Dakota is one of 12 states that have not expanded health care coverage to more low-income adults under a key provision of the Affordable Care Act.
Washington, DC– Election Day 2021 resulted in another batch of wins for The Fairness Project, bringing its winning record to 23 out of 24 campaigns. This cycle, The Fairness Project helped voters secure a $15 minimum wage in Tucson, ensure real police accountability in Cleveland, and reject a Greg Abbott-backed anti-police reform measure in Austin.
Washington, DC– Kelly Hall, the Executive Director of the Fairness Project spoke with CBS News about its Ballot Measure Rescue Campaign, a $5 million effort to fight back against state legislative attempts to shut down people-powered ballot measures that have been critical to improving the lives of millions.
Washington, DC– Last Thursday, The Fairness Project announced the Ballot Measure Rescue Campaign, a $5 million effort to fight back against state legislative attempts to shut down people-powered ballot measures that have been critical to improving the lives of millions.