Derek Cressman

Common Cause

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Director of Common Cause’s campaign to reverse Citizens United   

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When the US Supreme Court decided the  Citizens United  case three years ago, it said corporations, labor unions and other special interest groups could spend unlimited amounts of…

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When the US Supreme Court decided the Citizens United case three years ago, it said corporations, labor unions and other special interest groups could spend unlimited amounts of…

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