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Conference call on "Super Committee" today

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Today at 2pm ET, Sunlight and Public Citizen will be hosting a special conference call to update activists on the campaign to open the "Super Committee." We'd love to have you join us.

You can either listen to the call online from your computer or just call in to listen on your phone. You'll receive a link to listen to the call as well as a toll-free number when you register.

Register for the call here: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/63xt2chekgp8

Sunlight's Lisa Rosenberg and Public Citizen's Craig Holman will provide background on the Super Committee and answer questions, and we'll get an update from behind the scenes on Capitol Hill with Tyler Wilson, a staffer from Representative Loebsack’s office. Representative Loebsack is one of the sponsors of bipartisan transparency legislation, H.R.2860, the Deficit Committee Transparency Act introduced last week that would ensure real-time lobbying and campaign finance disclosure for members of the "Super Committee."

Our conversation will also give you a chance to hear from other transparency activists around the country who have made their voices heard at their local representatives’ offices and answer any questions you might have -- whether about the district office visits or about developments with the Super Committee.

Hope to talk to you at 2pm today!