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The League of Women Voters strongly urges the US Senate to bring the DISCLOSE Act of 2021 to the floor for debate and final passage.
Campaign finance laws continue to empower corporations and the super-rich, making it difficult for the rest of the country to make their voices heard.
Dark money and special interests do not need extra loopholes to undermine democracy. The League is committed to protecting our disclosure laws and preserving the ethics and accountability of our…
Wealthy special interests score a (narrow) win in SCOTUS decision in Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Bonta (Press Release)
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a California reporting rule designed to prevent charitable fraud and self-dealing.
League Joins Call to Support the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act (Legal Document)
The League joined a letter led by the Leadership Conference in support of two critical pieces of legislation needed to protect the freedom to vote: For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights…
LWV of California and Partners Urge the Supreme Court to Reject Challenge to California’s Charitable Reporting Law (Press Release)
The League of Women Voters of California, Campaign Legal Center (CLC), Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), and Common Cause submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme…
Voters have an interest in knowing where politicians and organizations are getting their money and how that money is being spent. To that end, dark-money and wealthy special interest groups do not…
This executive order will expand voter access, strengthen voter registration, and improve election information so that all eligible Americans can participate in our democracy.
LWVUS sent a letter to Senate and House leadership outlining our continued support for the legislation commonly referred to as HR1 or the For the People Act.
As campaigns prepare to file their latest campaign finance reports, the League has signed onto a letter along with its partners, asking candidates to publicly disclose information about bundlers.