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Campaign Funding in Silicon Valley: Spotlight on Daly City
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Campaign Funding in Silicon Valley: Spotlight on San Jose
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During the 2018 election cycle, candidates for mayor and city council in San Jose collectively brought in $1.9 million — less than 40 percent of which came from San Jose residents.
Facebook Lobbying Expenditures Surpass Google For First Time in Decade
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After more than a decade, Facebook has finally caught up with Google -- at least, when it comes to lobbying in the nation’s capital.
Voter’s Edge Launches Guide to Help Californians Vote in the March 3 Primary Election
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Voter's Edge California, a comprehensive online voter guide in English and Spanish, launched today to provide voters with unbiased information on candidates and ballot measures from the top of the ticket down to the local level.
Flood of Pharma Money Fails to Stop House Pricing Bill, But McConnell Payoff Likely to Prove Pivotal in Senate
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A measure to lower drug prices narrowly passed the House last month, despite a near-even split of pharmaceutical industry money among Republican lawmakers, who almost unanimously opposed the bill, and Democrats, who unanimously supported it.
Manufacturers of Forever Chemicals Give Generously to House Members
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Opponents of a bill to give the EPA more power over hazardous "forever chemicals" received 20 percent more in campaign contributions from the chemicals’ manufacturers than supporters.
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