Updated: Aug 27, 2012 11:06 AM
WASHINGTON (WPRI) -- Campaign finance reform legislation co-sponsored by Rep. David Cicilline is still awaiting a vote in the house.
According to a release from Cicilline's office Thursday, the congressman has signed a petition to bring the Disclosure Act to a vote.
Cicilline's office says the act would require disclosure of special interest and corporate money in politics.
Cicilline is facing a primary challenge this fall from democrat Anthony Gemma.
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