On Monday, the Supreme Court decided to allow California lawmakers to ask voters what their opinions are when it come to Citizens United. Campaign-spending laws are currently only decided by lawmakers. The public had no voice.
Proposition 49 would ask voters f they think Congress should propose an amendment overturning Citizens United.
BREAKING: CA Supreme Court will allow voters to vote on Prop 49, calling on Congress to overturn #CItizensUnited https://t.co/BeT1kIUhht
— CommonCause (@CommonCause) January 4, 2016
“Are we a democracy of, by, and for the people, or are we to be ruled by an elite, moneyed class, where the power of government rests in the hands of a few wealthy special interests?” Karen Hobert Flynn, Common Cause senior vice president asked.
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