@BMeiselas: If there were a simple wristband you could wear let everyone know you’ve been vaccinated and to identify that others around you are vaccinated would you be interested?

Brett Meiselas (@busybid) / Twitter

@YaronFishman: People working at jobs they hate, to prevent themselves from being homeless, is not freedom. That’s why I’m in favor of a generous Universal Basic Income that would give everyone the freedom to do what’s truly meaningful to them.

UBI Works (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@SiddallStephen: I just emailed my MP and asked them to support Bill #C273, Canada’s first ever #BasicIncome bill. This bill would force our government to create a national strategy for a Guaranteed Basic Income. Will you join me? #ubiworks

UBI Works (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@MikeLevin: It seems there is a new policy being embraced by today’s GOP: if you speak the truth about the 2020 election or January 6, you’ll suffer the consequences.Allowing them to control the House would be a disaster. It’s bigger than one election. It’s about protecting our democracy.

Dan Price (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@scottsantens: The power to refuse to work until your conditions are met is called bargaining power. The unemployment insurance boost is providing that power temporarily. Unconditional basic income would provide that power permanently, and unlike UI, would be kept in addition to wages vs. lost.

Scott Santens (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@RepJayapal: Immediately lowering the eligibility age for Medicare would provide urgent relief and security for millions of people throughout America who are struggling to afford health care — or putting off needed care altogether.

Austin Searle for US Senate (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@StrictlyChristo: I wish he’d push harder for a $15.00 minimum wage, though. That would be huge. Throw your weight around, big guy. Put Manchin in a headlock and squeeze.

Strictly (@busybid) / Twitter

@reginaldbolding: Yesterday, I stood on the floor of the AZ Legislature to defend our voting rights against a bill that would *make no mistake* disproportionately affect the Black and brown communities access to voting. 1/4

Rep Reginald Bolding (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@BernieSanders: Now is the time to think big, not small — that means restoring the corporate tax rate to 35%, cracking down on offshore tax shelters, and closing corporate tax loopholes. This would generate at least $2.3 TRILLION to invest in the long-neglected needs of the working class.

Bernie Sanders (@karrilevens) / Twitter