May 2017. Pop Vox Surveys on US Congress Repeal FATCA bills:
Rand Paul’s Senate bill: https://www.popvox.com/us/federal/bills/115/s869
Mark Meadows’ House bill: https://www.popvox.com/us/federal/bills/115/hr2054
March 2017. Canada! Fight for our Privacy! “It’s outrageous that Canadians have almost zero protection for their personal data when it’s shared with the U.S. And now, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner has agreed with us and is urging key ministers to ask their U.S. counterparts to add Canada to a list of countries that are given protection under the U.S. Privacy Act. Add your name to the letter to these ministers to demand that they take action to fight for our privacy!” Petition. OpenMedia, Canada.
February 2017. Submissions to Foreign Policy White Paper, Department of Foreign Affairs, Australia. Deadline 28 February.
February 2017. E-Mail Trinidad & Tobago Parliament. Deadline Friday 10 February. If you feel that U.S. FATCA “agreements” with sovereign nations are harmful then email your thoughts BY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 to email@example.com
November 2016. Add your official support to Rep. Meadows’s bill to repeal (most of) FATCA, on Popvox. Invent a US zip code, log in and vote in favor.
September 2016. Has FATCA affected you? A five question survey at Let’s Fix the Australia-US Tax Treaty!
July 2016. Repeal FATCA. MoveOn.org.
February 2016. Address Citizenship-Based Taxation. Change.org petition to US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
December 2015. Amnesty for Accidental Americans Now! “We are Accidental American citizens. We need the US to free us from forcibly imposed US citizenship and taxpayer status now.”
November 2015. New Democratic Party, Canada. Your feedback on last year’s federal election campaign and the issues you want the NDP to champion over the next four years
November 2015. New Democratic Party, Canada, Protect Canadians from FATCA Petition
Taxpayer Advocate Service: Submit Tax Reform Suggestions to the IRS Taxpayer Advocate
Thread on Isaac Brock Society re this — Orwell: Educating Congress and Engaging in the Political Process