Daily Media Links 12/3: Mr. Cuomo’s Next Big Task, Ex-lawmakers head to K Street, and more…

Independent groups The Atlantic: Did Citizens United Help Democrats in 2012?  After a year Democrats mostly spent fretting, freaking out, and fulminating against Citizens United–the 2010 Supreme Court decision that unleashed this year’s flood of unfettered political spending–it was a bit unexpected to hear Michael Podhorzer, the political director of the AFL-CIO, say on Friday, “Super […]

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Policy Memorandum: National Popular Vote

This memo dispells several popular myths surrounding the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPV), which is quietly being signed onto in state legislatures across the country.

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The Center for Competitive Politics is now the Institute for Free Speech.