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Last week’s off-year elections provided a window into the role money plays in our politics, and the possibilities for campaign finance for reform across the country.
2016 marked the biggest change in campaigning since “I Like Ike” TV commercials in 1952. Everyone needs to recognize the new landscape.
But will Congress pass it?
Corporate goodwill is no substitute for legislation to prevent Russia and other foreign actors from meddling in our politics.
Russia used Facebook ads to try to sway our election. Here's what we can do to stop this from happening again.
The recovery from hurricanes Harvey and Irma is likely to total more than $200 billion. Meanwhile, the oil and gas industry spent $1.4 billion in the past decade telling the federal government climate change didn’t exist.
A federal case may once again uphold the power of citizens to hold secretive political spenders accountable.
This summer New Mexico is acting to close massive loopholes that have permitted unaccountable political spending to flood its elections for years.
In Arkansas, elected officials from both sides of the aisle have recognized that secret spending has a pernicious effect on the state's democracy.
The New York City Council passed a first-of-its-kind law to address concerns about nonprofits created by elected officials to promote their political agendas.