What corrupts politics more: Millionaires and billionaires? Or the rules that intend to limit the influence of wealthy donors? At Prager University, George Will, author and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the Washington Post, explains who designed campaign finance reform and why Congress’s solution to the problem may actually be the bigger problem. 742 more words
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“Yesterday, Issue One’s bipartisan group of more than 100 former members of Congress and governors gathered on Capitol Hill to call for renewed action to enact solutions to money in politics. 149 more words
Two former Pennsylvania lawmakers have joined a newly created caucus that is devoted to campaign finance reform.
Former U.S. Reps. William Clinger (1979-1997) a Republican, and Peter Kostmayer,(1983-1993), a Democrat, joined Issue One’s ReFormers Caucus – a group of former governors and members of Congress who have survived the front lines of our campaign finance system and know first-hand how: 140 more words
Democratic Rep. Terese Berceau of Madison proposed an alternative bill for campaign finance reform that was proposed in October by State Republicans
The proposed legislation from Terese Berceau seeks to addresses many of the concerns Democrats have raised about a campaign finance reform bill the Assembly is expected to vote on next week. 247 more words