Supreme Court Victories Start in the States

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Dear Friends, 

The Supreme Court has received a lot of news coverage this week — but it’s state lawmakers that made it happen.

This week alone, policies from state chambers have been the catalysts for Supreme Court decisions on protections for LGBT+ employees in the workplace, gun violence prevention, and enumerated rights for immigrants. 

The path to changing the country starts in the states. And what starts in the states can change the law of the land.

Electing state lawmakers who are committed to improving lives is critical not only in each state but also for our whole country. States are the laboratories for policy, and our democracy.

The good news is, flipping an entire state chamber is often cheaper than flipping a single competitive Congressional seat. And Future Now Fund is working to elect majorities who are committed to building a more healthy, prosperous, and sustainable future.

So how can you change the country? Start in the states. You can form a Giving Circle with Future Now Fund by gathering your friends, neighbors, and community to pool your resources to drive lasting change in one state and then, the next thing you know, the whole country.

Together, we can change the country. And it starts in the states.



Simone Leiro
Director of Communications and Marketing
Future Now Fund

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