– A Universal Basic Income system sustained by corporate taxes.
– Paid sick leave, overtime after an 8-hour work day, and guaranteed paid vacation time.
– Significant paid parental leave time.
– The right of all employees to organize and collectively bargain via unions.
– Universal and comprehensive child day care for all families regardless of income.
– Returning the progressive tax code to Eisenhower-era levels.
– Regulations that encourage “insourcing” jobs, particularly in manufacturing.
– Transparency and full debate on all trade agreements.
– Preventing unilateral tariffs on the basis of country of origin of manufacture without humanitarian cause.
– Eliminating loopholes that permit corporations to create offshore tax havens.
– Ending “corporate welfare” and breaking up corporations that are “too big to fail”.
– Major infrastructure programs to repair and replace our nation’s crumbling infrastructure.
– The creation of cooperative worker- and community-owned businesses.
– Ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment.
– Recognizing the limitations inherent in neoliberalism and the commodification of basic human needs.
– Protecting our springs, rivers, and other natural resources.
– Preventing all oil and gas drilling in and offshore of Florida, including a ban of fracking.
– Prohibition of energy extraction waste disposal in Florida from all sources.
– Increase the availability and efficiency of mass transportation at a low or no-cost to users.
– Increase incentives to design and build LEED buildings for residential, commercial, and industrial use.
– Increase incentives to develop and use more efficient renewable energies.
– Making environmental impact a primary consideration in the determination of infrastructure development.
– Programs that would effectively combat climate change.
– Implementation of a national Carbon Tax.
– Expanded and strengthened enforcement by environmental regulatory agencies.
– Protection and expansion of the state and national park systems.
– Ending the preferential treatment of profits over the rights of the people and the environment.
– Ensure that farm subsidies reward environmental sustainability, not encourage destructive practices
– Full voting rights for all citizens including reformed felons.
– Fair, compact, and independently drawn districts.
– Campaign finance reform including eliminating Citizens United and SuperPACs.
– Open primary elections.
– Adoption of alternative voting systems.
– Making election day a federal holiday.
– Automatic registration of all voters at the age of 18.
– 10+ year prohibitions on former representatives to lobby their former bodies.
– Prohibiting department leaders to have financial interests in that field.
– Reinstating of the Fairness Doctrine and Equal Time Rule.
– Medical rehabilitation instead of incarceration for most nonviolent drug offenders.
– Ending mandatory minimum sentencing.
– Ending the use of private jails and prisons.
– Ending the death penalty.
– Comprehensive immigration reform, including a path to citizenship.
– Net neutrality and equal access to the internet.
– The right of every person to affordable and decent housing.
– Creative reuse of abandoned properties to reduce homelessness.
– Full repeal of “Stand Your Ground” and preventing “Open Carry” laws.
– Gun reforms including universal background check laws and closing the gun show loophole.
– Ending the militarization of our police forces.
– Ending government surveillance without appropriate and open judicial oversight.
– Advocating peaceful solutions to existing conflicts as well as mitigating developing conflicts.
– Diplomacy and non-military aid to stabilize distressed societies and diffuse conflicts.
– Ending the use of torture and other “enhanced interrogation” techniques.
– Closing Guantanamo Bay and transferring remaining detainees to facilities within the US.
– Increased congressional and judicial oversight of drone programs.
– Repeal of the PATRIOT Act.
– Enforcement of the 1973 War Powers Resolution.
– Native tribal nations in their fight against all exploitation.
– Peaceful resolution of Jewish and Arab states focused on shared theocratic and economic oppression.
– The right of women to make their own reproductive health care decisions.
– Expanding funding of Title X family planning programs including, but not limited to, Planned Parenthood.
– The removal of marijuana from the list of outlawed drugs.
– Comprehensive health care as a right including mental health, dental, vision, and long-term care.
– The importation of low-cost prescription drugs.
– Imposing limits on hospital and pharmaceutical markups and fees for goods, services, and research.
– Expanding social service coverage including WIC and SNAP.
– Fully funding and expanding The Department of Veterans Affairs.
– Ending the military survivor’s penalties when they become eligible for Social Security and Medicare.
– Equitable per-pupil and school spending across school districts.
– Enforcement of the classroom size amendment.
– Comprehensive school curriculums including STEM, arts, foreign languages, and recess.
– Teacher’s rights to tenure.
– Eliminating teacher pay being tied to pupil performance.
– Funding our public schools rather than voucher programs and charter schools.
– Policies that greatly reduce or eliminate the burden of student loan debt.
– De-corporatization and de-monopolization of education and student testing industries.
– Tuition-free access to all two- and four-year public colleges and universities.
– Ending discrimination including, race, religion, gender, orientation, and identity/expression.