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"It is up to all of us to keep the momentum going."
Last week, several OFA volunteers attended President Obama's announcement of his executive actions on gun violence.
Despite the lack of action from Congress, organizers continue to push for progress on gun violence prevention.
As tragic acts of gun violence continue to plague communities across the country, last week, with several OFA volunteers in attendance, President Obama announced a series of common-sense executive actions that will help save lives.
For those who attended the event at the White House, watching President Obama's announcement proved incredibly moving. Read some of their reactions.
OFA volunteers gathered for 2016 State of the Union
Across the country, OFA volunteers held more than 130 watch parties to listen to the President's final State of the Union address.
The State of the Union is always an important time of year, bringing organizers around the country together to watch the President lay out his vision for the year ahead. To celebrate a shared milestone, OFA volunteers held watch parties in more than 130 cities across the country.
Vice President Biden: We're going to finish strong
Listen to what the Vice President just told OFA supporters about the next steps in the fight for progress.
On Tuesday, President Obama delivered his final State of the Union address. On Wednesday, the Vice President spoke to OFA supporters about the need to continue pushing for meaningful change, and the work ahead in the next year.
Referring to himself as "the guy in the red tie who sat behind the President last night," the Vice President emphasized one of President Obama's main points from the State of the Union address: Change is possible when people take action.
President Obama on the work ahead
President Obama just finished his State of the Union, and he asked us to stay involved.
The President made it clear during his State of the Union address that we have to work together to make the kind of change we want.
This work has never been more important and it's made possible with the support of people like you.
Keep the fight going—say you're in.
Listen to OFA's call with President Obama
The President just finished speaking to OFA supporters about the path forward on gun violence prevention, and what's next in the fight for progress on this issue.
This afternoon, President Obama joined a call with OFA supporters on gun violence prevention. Find out what he had to say, and add your name in support of common-sense solutions.
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Michelle Obama: Barack's final State of the Union
The First Lady is asking OFA supporters to tune in and get fired up.
Last week, Michelle Obama sent a message to OFA supporters across the country, encouraging them to tune into President Obama's final State of the Union address.
Read what she said and RSVP to watch the State of the Union on January 12.
Organizers across the country will be watching as the prepare for the fights ahead. Say you'll be one of them.
President Obama: Stand up for gun violence prevention
The President just took a big step forward on gun violence prevention, but a more comprehensive solution must come from Congress.
Read President Obama's message to OFA supporters, as he discusses his executive actions on guns, and the need for all of us to speak up and push for a more comprehensive solution.
President Obama's action on guns
The President just announced a set of common-sense steps to prevent gun violence, but only Congress can pass long-term solutions. It's up to all of us to call on them to act.
President Obama just took bold action to help remedy the gun violence epidemic in our country.
The President's executive actions are a big step forward, but the comprehensive solution America needs has got to come from Congress.
Show your support for expanded background checks on gun purchases, and RSVP to hear from President Obama as he talks about common-sense steps to make our communities safer.
Volunteers join together to lead on climate change
As the international community gathered in Paris to address climate change, local climate change organizers from around the country met in Colorado to do their part.
We did it—a big step forward on climate
For the first time in history, almost every country in the world has agreed to do their part in addressing climate change.
For years now, the deniers and the naysayers have argued that President Obama couldn't lead the world to an ambitious global agreement on climate change.
Well now, he just did. This is a major victory.
This historic accord marks a watershed moment in the fight against climate change—and it's one we can all be proud of.
Now is the time to say you stand with President Obama and countries around the world who are united on climate change.
The No-Fly loophole
If a person suspected of terrorism is barred from boarding an airplane, that person should not be allowed to purchase a weapon of war. It's time for Congress to fix this.
We may not be able to prevent every shooting, but right now, people on the No-Fly List can walk into a store and buy a gun.
If you’re too dangerous to board a plane, you’re too dangerous to buy a gun. The legislation to close this loophole has existed for years and it continues to have bipartisan support in Congress. But an extreme vocal minority, backed by the gun lobby, has prevented the kind of reform that we need.
#UnitedOnClimate starts at home
As the international community meets to set a course for climate action, OFA-Wisconsin volunteers came together to honor local climate leadership.
The international climate talks in Paris are underway, and OFA volunteers are supporting them with strong climate action. For OFA volunteers in Wisconsin, it means supporting the city of Milwaukee's plan to tackle climate change at the municipal level.
It's embarrassing, and unacceptable
While the world is coming together to act on climate change, more than 130 members of Congress still won't accept the science of climate change.
Another government shutdown?
Time is running out. We're quickly approaching the budget deadline, and Congress is still playing games.
In 2013 extreme voices in Congress forced a 16-day shutdown that cost our economy $24 billion.
We can't let that happen again.
Instead of doing their jobs, some members of Congress are once again trying to tack on ideological riders that could take away health care from millions of people, scale back reforms on Wall Street, or prevent our progress on climate change.
This nonsense isn't going to stop unless we speak up.