Common Cause Speaks Up For Californians Right to Speak Out
February 4, 2015
California Common Cause joined with Free Speech For People and other public interest groups in filing a brief this week with the California Supreme Court urging it to give voters a chance to call for the reversal of the Citizens United ruling.
50 resolutions in 5 years
January 21, 2015
On the eve of the 5th anniversary of Citizens United, Del Mar, California, passes a resolution calling for a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United.
California Voters vs. Citizens United
February 21, 2013
This morning, California took a historic step towards putting voters first over big money special interests. California Assembly Member Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont), chair of the Assembly Judiciary Committee, introduced Assembly Bill 644, legislation that will place a question on the 2014 General Election ballot to give California voters the opportunity to directly express their opinion on Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, and direct the state's congressional delegation to support a constitutional amendment to allow limits on political contributions and spending.