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Federal Judge’s Decision in Wisconsin Signals Legalized Coordination of Candidates, Groups

A federal judge in Wisconsin put one of the few remaining constraints on political spending on the endangered list this week, ruling that candidates are free to coordinate their “issue advocacy” with political action committees and other ostensibly outside groups. Though the ruling was quickly appealed, campaign finance reform advocates said it could allow outside […]

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Transparency moving through Colo. Legislature

Last month, transparency prevailed at the House Local Government Committee Hearing regarding the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA), or HB12-1193.

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Reelection Worries Told Through Tweets

Written by Katherine Delos Reyes In the realm of congressional politics, reelection inevitably lies as one of the focal points of pressure for new lawmakers struggling to maintain their incumbency. An undisclosed freshman Democrat was in the midst of making fundraising calls in a public space when he was observed by the New Yorker’s Ryan […]

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On Watergate’s anniversary, calls for media reform

Journalist Graham Vyse reports from our “The Lessons of Watergate” conference

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CDT & Common Cause Urge Clarification of Text Spam Laws

Spam is spam, no matter how you send it.

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