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Lawrence Lessig's Public Q&A on How His $12 Million Super PAC Will Fix Campaign Finance

BY Rebecca Chao | Friday, July 11 2014

Lawrence Lessig talks to Change.org's Ben Wikler about his Super PAC to end all Super PACs (Screenshot from MayDay.Us)

After raising $12 million for MayDay, his Super PAC to end all Super PACs, Harvard Professor Lawrence Lessig took questions from an online audience in a Q&A hosted by Change.org's Ben Wikler. Read More

Launching Today: "Worker's Voice," a Reboot of Union Political Action

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, April 12 2012

In D.C., a new labor group called Worker's Voice is just finishing up a launch event for what they're calling an update of labor's political organizing operations for 2012:

“The labor movement is the original social network,” said Eddie Vale, the communications director for the new group. “Workers’ Voice will be revolutionizing it for today’s world by taking our traditional field and organizing knowledge and applying it to the digital era and making it available to all workers.”
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