Month: October 2013

  • Dark Money Contributors to Prop 32 Held Accountable for Money Laundering

    Dark Money Contributors to Prop 32 Held Accountable for Money Laundering

    Late in the battle we fought against Proposition 32 last year, $15 million dollars was contributed to the Yes on 32 campaign in the final weeks before the election. The money was contributed by the Center to Protect Patient Rights and Americans for Responsible Leadership, two out-of-state non-profit organizations, neither of which disclosed the true […]

  • Oct 29 – Climate Day of Action in San Diego

    Oct 29 – Climate Day of Action in San Diego

    A year ago, the Northeast braced for Superstorm Sandy to make landfall, as a large hurricane combined with a higher-temperature weather front to create extremely dangerous weather. This is a tragic anniversary for millions of Americans — a reminder of the catastrophic damage climate change can do. In the 12 months since, we’ve seen more […]

  • Update From the California Clean Money Campaign

    Update From the California Clean Money Campaign

    Take Action to Show Support for Real Disclosure Governor Brown Signs One Disclosure Bill (SB 594) and Vetoes Another (SB 3) This month showed both the challenges and progress revealing hidden Big Money donors in California. Governor Brown vetoed a disclosure bill we told you about, yet he signed another. Plus, early next year we […]

  • UC Davis Pepper Spray Cop Awarded $38,000 in Workers Comp

    UC Davis Pepper Spray Cop Awarded $38,000 in Workers Comp

    Lt. John Pike is being paid handsomely for spraying peaceful protesters in the face. The former University of California Davis police lieutenant who was caught on video brutally pepper-spraying a line of peaceful protestors in 2011 during the Occupy protests was awarded a sum of $38,000 in workman’s compensation in a settlement with the university […]

  • Latest Polling Shows Darrell Issa Is Vulnerable

    Latest Polling Shows Darrell Issa Is Vulnerable
  • News from Congressman Scott Peters

    News from Congressman Scott Peters

    October 24, 2013 Dear Friend, As you know, the Federal Government was partially shut down for 16 days earlier this month, and we came dangerously close to defaulting on our national debt. This irresponsible event took $24 billion out of the economy and hurt families across the country, including in San Diego. In the agreement that ended […]