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One person, one vote: The 1965 struggle resumes in 2015

This article by Arnie Alpert was published in the Concord Monitor on January 15, 2015. 

When President Lyndon Johnson reached Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by phone on January 15, 1965, it wasn’t to offer birthday greetings.  The president wanted to strategize about voting rights.

ONC story: Two Ohio Communities Vote 'No' on Corporate Money in Politics

Two Ohio Communities Vote 'No' on Corporate Money in Politics
Mary Kuhlman, Public News Service-OH
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(11/07/13) COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two Ohio communities are taking a stand against corporate political contributions.

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