The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Speaker-designee Boehner urging him to preserve or strengthen House ethics rules and standards of conduct.

The League of Women Voters sent a letter to Senators urging them to support quick action by the Senate to enact the DISCLOSE Act this year.

The League and coalition partners sent letters to Senators Snowe and Collins of Maine and Brown of Massachusetts urging them to support the DISCLOSE Act.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Majority Leader Pelosi thanking her for her leadership in establishing the Office of Congressional Ethics in 2008 and urging her to make a public commitment to the American people to support the continuation of the OCE as well as to oppose any efforts to prevent the OCE from effectively carrying out its mission and basic responsibilities.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont thanking him for his support in addressing the effects of climate change.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont thanking him for his support in addressing the effects of climate change.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts in response to his letter explaining his decision to vote against the DISCLOSE Act.

The League sent a letter to members of the Senate urging them to support the DISCLOSE Act when it is brought to the Senate floor this month.

The League, with coalition partners, sent letters to Senators Snowe and Collins of Maine urging them to support the DISCLOSE Act and oppose any amendments to kill or efforts to filibuster the legislation.

Campaign Legal Center ● Common Cause ● Democracy 21
League of Women Voters ● Public Citizen

July 12, 2010

Dear Senator Brown,

Our organizations strongly urge you to support the DISCLOSE Act, expected to be considered by the Senate later this month, and to oppose any efforts to filibuster this legislation.

The organizations include the Campaign Legal Center, Common Cause, Democracy 21, the League of Women Voters and Public Citizen.

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