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Justin Trudeau to welcome amendments from opposition to proposed voting reforms

Justin Trudeau says he’ll welcome amendments from opposition parties to his government’s proposed reforms to laws governing federal political parties and elections.

The prime minister stressed his openness to amendments to Bill C-76 in response to Conservative demands Tuesday that government advertising and ministerial spending announcements and travel be banned during the three months preceding an election call. 710 more words

News

CALP Welcomes Hugh McNichol as Guest Speaker for May 20th Meeting

For our May Business Meeting, CALP is pleased to host guest speaker Hugh McNichol, who will give a presentation on Ranked Choice Voting.

Hugh has been a major proponent of election reform for more than a dozen years. 106 more words

Business Meeting

The fault lies not in Russia, but in ourselves

If I habitually leave my car with the doors unlocked and the car keys in the ignition, somebody is going to steal it.

That doesn’t mean that the person who steals it is any less a thief, or that the car thief does not deserve to be apprehended and punished.  314 more words

Public Policy

JoyceAmericaSpeaks Periscope @11am States Rights, Tax Cuts & what We the People want: Education, Healthcare & Infrastructure!

The home of the “free and the brave”!  What does it mean to be free and brave in today’s times?  When you dig deeply into our states’ finances, you may catch a glimpse. 744 more words

Following Tied Election, Lawmakers Are Looking to Make Sure it Doesn't Happen Again

Republican leaders in the General Assembly say they recognize that elections in Virginia have problems. And, as Michael Pope reports, they want to take action. Next year. 10 more words

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It is time for... Where do I begin?

I am fed up with politics. The U.S.A. is overdue for election reform and term limits. According to the Center for Public Integrity, a Pulitzer Prizing winning news site, in the 2016 presidential election, more than $1 BILLION was spent campaigning. 274 more words