Victories at the statehouse and the ballot box

Lutterbeck, Deborah
June 1994
Common Cause Magazine;Summer94, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p29
Reports on the accomplishments of Common Cause state organizations. Campaign finance reform in Massachusetts and Long Beach, California; Merit system in the selection of Rhode Island State Supreme Court judges.


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