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Letters & Testimony

Reply Brief Of Appellants

August 1, 2013

Reply Brief Of Appellants in Common Cause v. Biden, Common Cause's lawsuit to stop the unconstitutional 60-vote filibuster rule in the Senate

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Litigation

Motion to Dismiss by Senate Defendants

July 20, 2012

Motion to Dismiss by Senate Defendants in Common Cause v. Biden, Common Cause's lawsuit to stop the unconstitutional 60-vote filibuster rule in the Senate

Filed Complaint Filibuster

May 14, 2012

Filed Complaint Filibuster in Common Cause v. Biden, Common Cause's lawsuit to stop the unconstitutional 60-vote filibuster rule in the Senate

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Democracy Wire

Common Cause 2016 Year-end Report: Win and Keep Winning

December 22, 2016; Blog Post, Status Update

The 2016 election, no matter your political perspective, had twists and turns that continue to provide shocks, and real challenges to our democracy. At Common Cause, as we look over 2016 for lessons learned and prepare for the challenges and opportunities ahead, our motivating thought is to, “Win and keep winning.” That’s what we did in 2016 thanks to your support. You are an integral part of each and every victory outlined in this year-end review – and that’s just a sampling. Thank you for standing up for democracy and with Common Cause in this critical moment in our history.

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Press Releases

Abbott Invites Constitutional Chaos

January 8, 2016

Gov. Greg Abbott’s call today for a “convention of states” to amend the constitution is an invitation to constitutional anarchy. While Article V of the Constitution provides for such a convention, one has never been called. There are no limits on what a convention might do or provisions for how it would operate, how states would be represented or who would represent them.

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