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Obama, Romney ask for dismissal of Johnson et al v. Commission on Presidential Debates


From this article in the National Law Journal:

The Libertarian Party and the Green Party are suing Romney—along with the Republican National Committee, the Democratic National Committee, President Barack Obama and the Commission on Presidential Debates—over the exclusion of third-party candidates from general-election debates.

In a lawsuit filed in September in federal district court in Washington, the plaintiffs claimed that the politicians, the DNC, the RNC and the debate commission violated antitrust laws.

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Fair Debates lawsuit filed against Commission on Presidential Debates

Press Release from Our America Initiative: 
Gov. Gary Johnson and Jill Stein Join to Demand Fair Debates

September 29, 2015, Washington, DC – 2012 presidential candidates Gov. Gary Johnson and Jill Stein, along with the Libertarian and Green parties and their vice-presidential candidates, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, DC, today charging that the exclusion of qualified candidates from the general election presidential debates by the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) violates federal anti-trust laws.… Read more ...

Green National Committee considers death penalty

The Green National Committee is voting on a resolution opposing the death penalty. The proposal was sponsored by the California Green Party.

Resolution 382 would put the Green Party of the United States on record opposing the death penalty. While the Green Party of the United States is already on record opposing the death penalty (PDF, look for section 18, pg 36), recent actions by El Partido Verde Ecologista de México in support of a death penalty for that nation have inspired the GNC to consider this resolution.… Read more ...