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The problem with Congress and the President

Most of us in America will agree with this statement: Our government is no longer functioning for the good of the country. Our congress and president are too heavily influenced by special interests and political donors.  828 more words

Wa senator speaks up for campaign finance reform

Senator Marko Liias of Washington’s 21st district hosted a public forum in which he spoke out against money in politics and pushed for the reversal of the Supreme Court’s 2014 Citizens United case. 69 more words

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Bullet point and short video on public financing of campaigns

Published here on pay2play.tv is a good starting point for anyone wanting to know, in general, what public financing of

campaign means and how it helps get money out of politics. 40 more words

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Take a Look: Right to Vote Initiative Ongoing

Voting. As Americans, it is one of our most coveted rights and sacred responsibilities.

And the subject has the attention of a civil rights-focused nonprofit known as the Advancement Project, which has embarked on The Right to Vote Initiative. 234 more words

Chappelle-Nadal Pre-files Forced Annexation Proposal For St. Louis City

Maria Chappelle-Nadal’s Senate Joint Resolution 3 is anti-voter, anti-consolidation, anti-home rule, and a full employment act for lawyers to handle decades of lawsuits.

“That at the next general election to be held in the state of Missouri, on Tuesday next following the first Monday in November, 2016, or at a special election to be called by the governor for that purpose, there is hereby submitted to the qualified voters of this state, for adoption or rejection, the following amendment to article VI of the Constitution of the state of Missouri:” 829 more words

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Former SC Justice Proposes Six Amendments, Including Allowing Congress to Regulate Spending

Citizen Times: “Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has recently published a book, Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution (New York, Little, Brown and Company, 2014), which I found particularly relevant in light of the recent election and other current events. 253 more words