Breaking News: Supreme Court to hear lawsuit that could end partisan gerrymandering for good.
We found decisive evidence of the North Carolina GOP's blatant partisan gerrymandering, and we sued. Our lawyers will go before the Supreme Court this March -- and we could win a landmark decision against gerrymandering. Chip in today.
In August 2018, the Washington Post, Baltimore Sun and other local newspapers sued the state of Maryland challenging the constitutionality of the state’s recently-enacted campaign finance disclosure law that requires certain "online platforms" to collect and make available to the public information about groups and individuals that pay to place political ads on such online platforms.
Amicus Brief in support of the Clean Missouri ballot initiative
Common Cause and three Republican current and former state senators filed an amicus brief in the Western District Court of Appeals of Missouri in support of Amendment 1, the Clean Missouri-supported constitutional amendment to make government more responsive to the people. The brief argues that Amendment 1 contains commonsense and nonpartisan good government reforms that the people of Missouri should have the opportunity to vote on in November.
Ten Principles for Reforming the Rules of the House of Representatives
The following recommendations to reform the rules of the House of Representatives will do much to restore the capacity, incentives, and capability of representatives to fulfill their roles as legislators.