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TeenJury founder works to get money out of politics

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As an intern at Represent.Us, TeenJury founder, Olivia Foster, highlights political corruption.

As an intern at Represent.Us, TeenJury founder, Olivia Foster, highlights political corruption.

Olivia Foster, co-founder of TeenJury, is helping to get money out of politics.  As a social media intern at Represent.us, she scans the blogosphere for the latest news-worthy examples of how money distorts the political process.  She sheds light on a growing problem with shocking statistics and interesting imagery.  Her posts are cataloged here.  Represent.Us is working to pass the American Anti-Corruption Act, which would overhaul how political campaigns are financed.  They are well on their way to gathering one million supporters, which will be followed by addressing each measure directly with politicians and then introducing the act with the appropriate backing.   If you want to join the movement and co-sponsor the act, click here.

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