It's long past time to cap campaign contributions, prohibit corporate donations, and promote public financing to level the playing field in public service.
15 states have joined the interstate compact to pledge their presidential electors to the winner of the national popular vote. It's the most practical thing we can do to ensure every voter in every state has a real voice in choosing our country's top leader.
Local governments need more flexibility to tackle problems year-round without waiting on our part-time legislature for permission. Here are some practical ways we can loosen the Dillon Rule reins in Richmond.
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