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Pay 2 Play Screening in NYC

September 6, 2014

Join Common Cause New York for a special screening of PAY 2 PLAY - which chronicles the corrupting influence of money in politics and what we can do fix the system. After the movie, join us across the street at The Smith (55 3rd Ave) for a drink and great conversation.

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Letters & Testimony

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Common Cause NY Joins March for Trump Accountability

April 17, 2017; Blog Post, Status Update

With "Hold Power Accountable" on one side and "People. Action. Democracy." on the other side of blue signs, our fierce band of Common Causers stuck together in Bryant Park for the Tax March on Saturday, April 15th.

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Research & Reports

Senator Andrew Lanza and the LLC Loophole

June 3, 2016

Last week, Governor Cuomo proposed several pieces of legislation, each taking a different approach to closing a loophole that allows limited liability companies (LLCs) to contribute money to New York State campaigns at the same level as an individual person, rather than treating them like other business entities subject to much lower contribution limits.

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General Content

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Susan Lerner

Executive Director, Common Cause New York, Common Cause, State Staff

Susan Lerner is the executive director of Common Cause New York.

Trevon Mayers

Assistant Director, Common Cause New York, State Staff

Trevon Mayers serves as the Assistant Director for Common Cause New York, where he works on advocacy, policy, communications and other priorities for the New York chapter.

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