MapLight's Daniel Newman Takes Money and Politics to the Global Stage in Al Jazeera Interview
On October 17, MapLight's executive director, Daniel Newman, was interviewed on Al Jazeera, speaking about how wealthy special interests, SuperPACs, and an economy of influence are corrupting American democracy. You can watch the full video of the interview here.
Interview with Lawrence Lessig
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Opinion: Elizabeth Warren or Wall Street: Obama's $26 Million Decision
Elizabeth Warren or Wall Street: Obama's $26 Million Decision The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) – the self-proclaimed “cop on the beat” dedicated to policing unfair, deceptive, and abusive financial services – fell victim to the consequences of the relentless fundraising demanded by our money-dominated political system.
MapLight provides custom data and research for ACCE exposé
MapLight worked with Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) to provide the custom research and data analysis for their exposé, “All the Foreclosures Money Can Buy,” examining Wall Street contributions to California legislators.
MapLight Wisconsin Launched, Revealing Money's Influence on WI Politics
MAPLIGHT.ORG WISCONSIN GIVES CITIZENS A FRONT ROW SEAT TO THE WI STATE LEGISLATURE "'s transparency tools thrust sunlight into who's giving money to legislators, how legislators are voting, and how interest groups are aligning on proposed legislation." -Andy Hall, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism and MapLight Identify 10 Impediments to Government Transparency
To commemorate the close of Sunshine Week 2011,'s David Kravets, in collaboration with, has compiled a list of "shadows" in the political process. Click here to read the article.
Special to the Mercury News: California legislators should have to wear NASCAR-style logos of bill sponsors
Lawmakers in Sacramento say they represent the people. But voters have little to do with who really runs our state.
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