Yearly Archives: 2019

Washington Supreme Court Rules in Favor of “Democracy Voucher” Program

The Washington Supreme Court has rejected a challenge to the Honest Elections Seattle initiative (I-22), which created the city’s “democracy voucher” program. The public campaign financing program, instituted in 2015 and first used two years later, provides eligible Seattle residents … More »

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Impeachment Update: List of House members calling for impeachment inquiry grows to 84

Embed from Getty Images “A President is impeachable if he attempts to subvert the Constitution.” James Madison There are now 84 House members demanding to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump for obstruction of justice, calling on their colleagues to … More »

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CREW submits amicus brief in challenge to super PACs

Today, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) submitted an amicus brief in Lieu v. Federal Election Commission, the case that could end super PACs. The brief argues that the DC Circuit erred in SpeechNow.Org v. FEC when it created … More »

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