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Letters & Testimony

Common Cause Maryland Testimony in Support of Senate Bill 627

March 3, 2011

This testimony by Common Cause Maryland reads, in part, 'Passing meaningful and difficult reform that makes the government's decision making process open and transparent is a necessary step in restoring the people's faith in their government and in you as their elected officials. Senate bill 627 in an important element to restoring that faith and I urge you to support it.'

Common Cause Maryland Testimony in Support of HB 93

February 15, 2011

Common Cause believes that voters have a right to know who is paying for the speech that is attempting to influence their vote at the time they hear the speech. Therefore, we would urge to the committee to include provisions that would strengthen the authority line for non-registered entities.

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Remembering Dwight Cramer

September 16, 2016; Blog Post, Status Update

Dwight Cramer has been a member of our volunteer corps, the Washington Connection, since the early 1980s. Dwight joined Common Cause in 1974 while in Taiwan in the foreign service and starting coming in as a volunteer several years later after retiring.

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Press Releases

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Research & Reports

Pay to Play Report

January 25, 2017

Pay to Play? How Special Interests Seek Influence in Annapolis A Common Cause Maryland “Follow the Money” Report, January 2017

Legislative Report 2015

April 30, 2015

Common Cause Maryland's 2015 report on good government legislation in the General Assembly

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