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Make all votes count through fair Electoral College reform

California has the largest number of Electoral College votes in the United States with 55. Like all but two states (Maine & Nebraska), CA awards its EC votes on a winner-take-all basis, nullifying the votes of MILLIONS of Californians every presidential election (exact same outcome as the popular vote). Since CA is one of the few states that has an independent commission to draw congressional districts, now is the time ...more »

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quality programs for laws

To protect the safety and well being of the public, governmental regulatory agencies enforce high standards of quality for the useful goods and services of major US industries. Let’s expand these quality standards to include laws of government (statutes, regulations, ordinances…), for the same reason. For example, quality design standards for legislative bills would block frivolous and pork barrel laws, and a competent ...more »

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Using big data to hold politicians accountable

We are increasing voter turnout by giving people a fast, fun, and easy way to become informed. Simply answer a few questions to find which candidates support the same things you do, and have a track record to back it up. Essentially, it's tinder for politics. The platform we've developed only recently became possible. Thanks to new open data initiatives, we now have access to up-to-the-minute governmental and political ...more »

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Tie traffic ticket / citation fines to income!

Fines for tickets / citations should be linked to your income as they are NOW in Europe. As the gap between rich and poor continues to grow, fines continue to grow. In the past 15 years fines have increased by 500%! In light of the current unprecedented inequality, it is a gross injustice to ruin someone's life, livelihood and ability to earn a living by imposing flat fines without regard to income or ability to pay. ...more »

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Creating Post-Capitalism & Upgrading the Global Operating System

FEDERATION UNIVERSITY = "The Creation of Post-Capitalism, the Upgrading of the Global Operating System & the Creation of a Highly Enlightened World Federation" Federation University (FU) The World Unification Project (WUP) Personality Transformation Sessions (PTS) ENLIGHTENED ‪#‎PlanetaryRepublic‬ ‪#‎WorldFederation‬ ‪#‎GlobalNetwork‬ to precipitate World Peace & Prosperity ✿ A NEW WORLD VISION ✿ "The Creation of ...more »

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Simply the Basics

The Mission of Simply the Basics is to provide for an individual, organization, or community their most basic needs with dignity so that they can focus on bigger goals. People are often saying, "If only I had X, then I could improve my life." We simply remove barriers, allowing people to have the opportunity to achieve. According to Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, people are unable to focus on any needs higher ...more »

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Put cities in the driver's seat

The history of our nation's highway system abounds with the pitfalls of 'leadership from a distance’. Whether wiping out entire neighborhoods or enabling sprawling suburban development, we still feel the effects today. It’s time get back to building great cities by putting the power in the hands of local leaders: -Municipal leaders get 'veto' authority over transportation expenditures within city limits. -Cap state ...more »

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The voting festival

A carnival/festival based event created to empower young entrepreneurs to voting and registering their businesses in the state of California.

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End Gerrymandering ! Redistrict based on mathematical algorithm.

Gerrymandering is a very big problem. And the citizen's redistricting commission helped, but did not make it go away. Whenever people are involved in the process there will be compromises, there will be "Horse Trading", there will be millions of dollars, and years of lost time. What if I told you that there is a way to end gerrymandering, save millions of dollars, and get the process done in days instead of years. ...more »

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SipSafeApp - Water Quality Awareness in Public Schools

We cannot undo what happened with Flint Michigan's lead water crisis, but we can learn from it and build safeguards for a better future. We are trying to build a better America, and starting with the water quality in our education system is just the beginning. Our goal is to increase water quality awareness and promote positive changes to our water supply through cooperation from city governments and informed citizens. ...more »

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GiveWork

We are a platform providing work (volunteering opportunities) for people getting wealthfare in California

We are like a resume builder for people to get access to better jobs.

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Thumbprint

Why are social networks built around your previous connections who you have friended or followed in the past? Do you want to meet new people based on your lifestyle on campus, in your city, or in your company? Thumbprint is a social network for communities. If you have a voting address, a student ID, or an employee ID, you can discover new groups and events in your community, instead of relying on your mutual friends ...more »

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