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Fascist assault on Indiana schools stumbles, public must keep organizing to fight back

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Although SB 167 has been pulled, a grave threat remains to Indiana schools, students and teachers alike. House Bill 1134, which passed out of the education committee with a “do pass” recommendation, is functionally identical to SB 167. Its passage out of committee means that teachers, school workers, students, families, administrators, and community members must organize rapidly to defeat the bill. Its passage would cause a massive worker exodus from a sector already suffering heavily from worker shortages, a death knell for public education.

PSL and DSA members leading a march to the Indianapolis City-Council meeting and demanding Medicare For All.

After public pressure, Indianapolis City-County Council endorses Medicare for All

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After weeks of grassroots organizing, petitioning, and public comment, the Indianapolis City-County Council formally endorsed Medicare for All on November 8, 2021 in an overwhelming vote. The resolution endorses the United States National Health Insurance Act of 2019, or Medicare for All, the Health Care Emergency Relief Act of 2020, as well as state-level legislation to provide health care to all Indiana residents.