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New op-ed from Common Cause President : Trump is a known liar. Cover-ups are exactly what he does.
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We don't always agree with Congressman Justin Amash on every public policy issue, but he is clearly putting country over party here. We hope more of his & colleagues step up and join him.
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The House-passed For The People Act would.
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BREAKING! The People's Maps Act, , passed the today! It requires our large counties to use independent commissions to draw fair maps. Next, the Assembly! Thanks
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Common Cause May 22
A T-Mobile/Sprint merger would mean: ❌fewer competitive choices ❌consumers face higher prices ❌significant consequences for low-income & marginalizing communities who rely on prepaid services
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CommonCauseNC May 22
We're proud to work with outstanding students at North Carolina's , helping them become the next generation of leaders for our state and nation. Watch:
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Common Cause May 22
It’s up to Congress to prevent Russian interference from happening again
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Pam Wilmot May 21
Breaking: Nevada Senate passes National Popular Vote by 12-8 sending it to Dem Gov. Steve Sisolak. If he signs the bill, the compact will have 195 of 270 needed electoral votes. Well done NV legislature!
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Common Cause May 21
As recently pointed out, extreme gerrymandering & voter suppression lead to a politicians making laws that the vast majority of the people oppose - like the recent abortion bans passed in states across the country:
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Karen Hobert Flynn May 21
Trump’s foolhardy obsession with an unnecessary & expensive Southern border wall is reportedly spilling over to jeopardize the security and integrity of our elections. Congress must put a stop to it. See 's statement & letter to Congress:
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Common Cause May 21
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That's why the reports of Trump's plans to divert resources from important government agencies working on cyber & infrastructure security (including elections!) to the Mexico border are appalling. Read our full statement & letter to Congress:
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Common Cause May 21
Secure and fair elections is the cornerstone of a strong American democracy. But with cyber attacks, old vulnerable voting machines, and hacking, there is no doubt the security of our elections is at risk. /1
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Common Cause May 21
STATEMENT: Congress Must Hold Former White House Counsel Don McGahn in Contempt
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Kyle Griffin May 21
Jerry Nadler: "The president took it upon himself to intimidate a witness who has a legal obligation to be here today. This conduct is not remotely acceptable."
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Mark Knoller May 21
House Judiciary Chair declares the Committee subpoena's "are not optional." He says of Don McGahn, "the witness must show up."
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Aaron Scherb May 21
“Nine other states — Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas — held 2018 elections with many jurisdictions operating voting machines without a paper backup.” by
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Common Cause May 21
“Politicians in power, regardless of party, consistently fight against voter-approved initiatives to give the power of redistricting to citizen commissions" -
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Eleanor Holmes Norton May 20
JUST IN: Many thanks to the national groups who are coming forward to endorse our bill and join the fight for full equality for DC’s 700,000 residents! - - - - - - - -
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Richard Blumenthal May 20
Trump’s FCC again sides w/corporations over American consumers & workers. Saying no to this dangerous deal should be an easy call. The supposed public interest protectors are rubber stamping a massive merger that will undercut competition, stifle innovation, & jeopardize jobs.
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Common Cause May 20
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