CMCR

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CMCRCenter for Medicinal Cannabis Research (University of California)
CMCRCentre for Mass Communication Research (University of Leicester; UK)
CMCRCold Mountain, Cold Rivers (conservation; Montana)
CMCRConstruction Mechanic Constructionman Recruit (US Navy)
CMCRChinese Mahjong Competition Rules
CMCRClean Money Campaign Reform
CMCRColour Mobile Control Room
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At the state level, Common Cause is helping lead the fight for Clean Money Campaign Reform. Jim Knox, director of its California chapter, fought hard for a McCain-Feingold-style ballot measure (Proposition 208), which passed in 1996.
This is not to say that Clean Money Campaign Reform won't have its constitutional detractors.
I believe we have a realistic chance of enacting Clean Money Campaign Reform, but not if we focus only on Washington.
Just a few days ago, the Vermont House of Representatives approved a version of Clean Money Campaign Reform, and we expect the state to soon become the first to pass such a measure legislatively, rather than by direct initiative.
Four states -- Maine, Vermont, Arizona, and Massachusetts--have enacted clean money campaign reforms; that is, full public financing for candidates who agree voluntarily to limit their spending and raise no private money.