On this date in 1964, a nearly $1 billion anti-poverty measure was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
The bill, the Voting Rights Advancement Act, would ensure that voting rights are protected in the 2016 presidential election.
With voting rights under fire, GOP candidates have an opportunity to address the need to fix one of the nation's most important statutes.
It was dedicated activism that accomplished these measures so that the benefits of living in a modern society can be accessed by millions more people.
Unions also want to use the rallies to again push for "Medicare for all," namely government-run single-payer national health insurance.
"When I think of the martyrs of the civil rights movement who died for the right to vote, this country should be doing everything possible to ensure all people can vote."
The state's Senate and House voted to remove the flag; chants of "take it down" eventually morphed into chants of "U.S.A." as the flag was lowered.
The rent stabilization program was allowed to expire and over 1 million households are now at risk of being priced out when their leases go up for renewal.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve Fast Track trade authority today. The bill passed with a vote of 218-208.
Keep up the good work by thanking those in Congress who stood with working families on trade by voting no on both parts of the Fast Track bill.