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President Obama: We deserve transparency

Trade agreements affect every American, and we all deserve a transparent and open process. But hundreds of private corporate interests have been given special access to influence the deal's outcome, access denied the American people.
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Litigation

DC Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion

April 15, 2014

DC Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion in Common Cause v. Biden, Common Cause's lawsuit to stop the unconstitutional 60-vote filibuster rule in the Senate

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Multimedia

Bob Edgar on Bill Moyers Journal - Part 2

December 3, 2008

Part 2 - Common Cause president and CEO Bob Edgar sits down with Bill Moyers and Joan Claybrook, president of Public Citizen, to discuss whether real change can be brought to Washington.

Impeach Gonzales

July 29, 2011

Common Cause President Bob Edgar calls for the impeachment of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

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Democracy Wire

Stephen Spaulding Returns to Common Cause as Chief of Strategy and External Relations

April 28, 2017; Press Release, Status Update

Common Cause announced today that Stephen Spaulding will be returning to Common Cause in May as Chief of Strategy and External Relations. He departs the Federal Election Commission (FEC) this week after serving as Special Counsel to FEC Commissioner Ann M. Ravel, an outspoken critic of the agency’s dysfunction.

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National_080311_Report_Money_Power_And_ALEC.pdf

August 3, 2011

Some of the nation's largest and richest companies, including Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola, Koch Industries and AT&T, have joined forces to invest millions of dollars each year to promote the careers of thousands of state legislators and secure passage of legislation that puts corporate interests ahead of the interests of ordinary Americans.

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