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Common Cause Pennsylvania Demands Doug Mastriano Provide Full Testimony to January 6 Committee

"State Senator Mastriano owes it to the people of Pennsylvania and to his country to speak truthfully about what he knows."

Common Cause Pennsylvania Calls For Representative Scott Perry to Resign

Rep. Perry has been on a months-long collision course to undermine the will of not only the people of his own state, but the will of Georgia voters as well. He has stoked conspiracy theories, called for the decertification of Pennsylvania’s votes following an unprecedented insurrection on the Nation’s Capitol, and now has been found having a direct hand in Donald Trump’s attempt to weaponize the Department of Justice for his own personal gain. For these reasons, he must resign.

Voting & Elections 01.7.2021

Common Cause Pennsylvania Calls for Resignation of State Senator Doug Mastriano

In the wake of yesterday’s insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Common Cause Pennsylvania is calling for Sen. Doug Mastriano to immediately resign, due to his actions to undermine the outcome of the November 3rd election and his participation in yesterday’s events at the US Capitol.

Zane Memeger, Ajay Raju Honored by Common Cause Pennsylvania at 2018 Awards Reception

A former federal prosecutor and the founder of a local foundation working to underwrite a cultural, educational, and commercial renaissance in the city are the recipients of the 2018 Bob Edgar Public Service Achievement Awards from Common Cause Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Solons Expand Whistleblower Protection

Since the mid-1980s employees of state and local governments in Pennsylvania have been protected from intimidation and retaliation by the Pennsylvania Whistleblower law. Government workers who reported waste, fraud and abuse were protected from losing their jobs as long as they acted in good faith. But employees of the legislature and employees of government contractors were not granted similar protection until the Pennsylvania legislature passed HB-118 and HB-185 yesterday.

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