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Activists around the country from the progressive group Invisible are planning a “national day of action” later this month as a last-ditch effort to defeat a tax bill being considered in the Senate.

The legislation would end the individual mandate to buy healthcare, and a non-partisan analysis has said the bill would result in tax increases on Americans making between $10,000 and $75,000 over the next decade.

There are thousands of Indivisible groups across the country. The organization, which has adopted Tea Party tactics to stop legislation and oust Republican politicians, plans to spring into action on 27 November – the first day the Senate is back in session after recess.

The Resistance Now: activists plan to protest the Republican tax bill

Indivisible, which has thousands of groups across America, is planning a ‘national day of action’ on the Senate’s first day back in session after recess


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