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An Agenda for Real Change: Hawaii Conference on Campaign Reform
League Support of Campaign Reform Featured in National Bulletin
President's Message (Grace Furukawa)
Action Alert: Special Legislative Alert for U.S. Hawaii Congress Members
Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
Welcome New Members
League of Women Voters is a Member of the HCALG (insert)

League Support of Campaign Reform
Featured in National Bulletin

From the national Public Campaign Bulletin

State chapters of the League have worked at many different levels of involvement with Clean Money activists in at least 17 states. Chapters of the League also provided key grassroots support to Clean Money victories in Maine, Massachusetts and Arizona.- And a state chapter of the League will prove to be instrumental again in the effort to bring the Clean Money-styled Political Accountability Act to Oregon in 2000. The League sees the fight for Clean Money reform as one strongly tied to the purpose of the League of Women Voters. "We need to make sure every citizen's voice is heard, and that any qualified person can run for public office," said the Oregon state League's chair, Paula Crane, in their newsletter. "The League's membership will be very closely connected with the initiative effort," she said. "We can have an impact."

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