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Bend the Arc believes that building a just America requires that all those who have been blessed to share in the opportunities of our nation have a responsibility to share in its burdens. Allowing the temporary tax cuts to sunset, for all those making over $250,000 per year, is an important step in assuring that both the opportunities and responsibilities of America are shared by all.
Bend the Arc suports California's Proposition 28 to limit legislators' terms in office, a reform that would reform the term limit regime that has impaired the functioning of California’s legislature.
America’s leading Jewish social justice organization, Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice, condemned in the strongest terms the hateful anti-Muslim language of Oklahoma State Representative John Bennett
Economic equality for America’s working women and families once again took a back seat to Beltway partisan posturing on Monday as the Senate voted down the Paycheck Fairness Act for the fourth time.
Bend the Arc Remembers: Leonard Fein: An Example for Generations Seeking to Pursue Justice in the World
Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice, issued the following statement from CEO Stosh Cotler in remembrance of Leonard “Leibel” Fein who passed away on August 14, 2014: