On Tuesday, Kansas voters will decide whether to explicitly remove the right to an abortion from their state constitution, the first test case in the fight for reproductive rights via statewide ballot measure.
Fifty-seven years since the creation of Medicaid, gridlock in Congress, rising living costs, and an ongoing pandemic underscore an urgent need to expand and protect affordable health care for millions of Americans.
‘Working People Can’t Wait’: Fairness Project Celebrates Raising Pay By $22 Billion via Ballot Measures While Congress Stalls on Minimum Wage for 13 Years
Sunday, July 24 will mark 13 years since the last time Congress passed a federal minimum wage increase.
Today, the Fairness Project congratulated the Maine People’s Alliance and partners on moving into its signature collection phase in the effort to pass paid family and medical leave in Maine with a citizen-led ballot measure.
State of Reform: Measure to cap interest rates for medical debt will likely be put on November ballot
Kelly Hall, Executive Director of the Fairness Project, a national advocacy organization for economic and social justice and a supporting organization of the act, released a statement in response to the ballot measure receiving enough signatures to be placed on the November ballot.
Reproductive Freedom for All Campaign Turns In More Than 750,000 Signatures for Ballot Measure Enshrining Abortion Rights in Michigan Constitution
The constitutional amendment would define the right to make and carry out decisions about all matters relating to pregnancy, including birth control, abortion, prenatal care, and childbirth, without political interference.
Today, the Fairness Project-supported campaign Healthcare Rising Arizona announced it had collected over half a million signatures to place a ballot measure on the November ballot to limit abusive medical debt collection practices.
Today, Raise the Wage Nebraska, a Fairness Project-supported campaign, submitted more than 150,000 signatures from all 93 counties to place a ballot measure raising Nebraska’s minimum wage to $15 on the November ballot.