The Kansas Anti-Corruption Act makes it illegal to purchase political influence, and puts power back in the hands of the People.
The Kansas Anti-Corruption Act is model legislation that sets a standard for city, state and federal laws that prevent money from corrupting American government. It fundamentally reshapes the rules of American politics and restores The People as the most important stakeholders in our political system. An Anti-Corruption Act has three primary outcomes:
- Stop political bribery by overhauling lobbying and ethics laws
- End secret money by dramatically increasing transparency
- Give every voter a voice by creating citizen-funded elections
Want money out? Do something about it.
The movement to put an end to the legalized corruption that's holding our country back is real, and it's happening now. If you want to do more than click a mouse, go to http://represent.us/do-something to become a part of it.
First Anti-Corruption Act in US History Passes
On Nov. 4th, 2014, voters in Tallahassee, Florida, made history by approving the first city Anti-Corruption Act in the United States by an overwhelming 2 – 1 margin. Your community could be next — Learn more at https://represent.us/tallahassee