1. Creative Coalition Urges President Bush to Oppose Lieberman/Clinton/Kohl/Byrd Media Marketing Accountability Act

    Creative Coalition Urges President Bush to Oppose Lieberman/Clinton/Kohl/Byrd Media Marketing Accountability Act Entertainers Say First Amendment Protection Threatened New York (June 27, 2001) – The Creative Coalition today called on President George Bush to oppose the Media Marketing Accountability Act of 2001 (S.790; H.R. 2246) sponsored by Sens. Lieberman, Kohl, Byrd and Clinton, and Reps. […]

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  2. The Creative Coalition Applauds Supreme Court For Upholding Campaign Finance Limits

    The Creative Coalition Applauds Supreme Court For Upholding Campaign Finance Limits Washington, DC (June 27, 2001): Today, The Creative Coalition praised the recent 5 to 4 United States Supreme Court decision upholding limits on how much money political parties can spend in coordination with candidates for federal office. In a statement issued today, William Baldwin, actor […]

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  3. Robin Williams, Ben Stiller, William Baldwin and Jane Alexander

    Robin Williams, Ben Stiller, William Baldwin and Jane Alexander Entertainment And Arts Community Urge Senate Democrats To Withdraw Support Of Legislation That Threatens First Amendment Washington, DC (June 19, 2001): Over 50 leaders in the arts and entertainment community – including Robin Williams, Ben Stiller, William Baldwin and Jane Alexander – have urged Senators Joseph Lieberman […]

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  4. Actor/Director Peter Horton to Testify before Funding Panel on Behalf of Committee for Education Funding and The Creative Coalition

    Actor/Director Peter Horton to Testify before Funding Panel on Behalf of Committee for Education Funding and The Creative Coalition Washington, D.C. (May 22, 2001) — The Creative Coalition member, Actor/Director Peter Horton, testified today before the House Labor, HHS and Education Appropriations Subcommittee. Mr. Horton’s testimony was on behalf of The Creative Coalition and the Committee […]

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  5. Playboy Foundation Presents 21st Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Awards To Benefit The Creative Coalition

    Playboy Foundation Presents 21st Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Awards To Benefit The Creative Coalition New York, NY (May 18, 2001): The Creative Coalition President William Baldwin will join Playboy CEO Christie Hefner to host the Playboy Foundation 2001 Hugh. M. Hefner First Amendment Awards. Proceeds from this noon luncheon will benefit The Creative Coalition. […]

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  6. Celebrities, Artists, Politicos gather for The Decency Panel: Art, Politics & the First Amendment

    Celebrities, Artists, Politicos gather for The Decency Panel: Art, Politics & the First Amendment New York, NY (May 1, 2001): New York City’s entertainment, cultural, business and political leaders will gather Tuesday evening, May 1 to address—for the first time—Mayor Giuliani’s recently appointed Cultural Affairs Advisory Commission. Confirmed details are as follows: WHAT:  The Decency Panel: […]

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  7. Statement of William Baldwin, President of the Creative Coalition on Mayor Giuliani’s Appointment of Decency Panel

    Statement of William Baldwin, President of the Creative Coalition on Mayor Giuliani’s Appointment of Decency Panel NEW YORK, N.Y. – April 5, 2001 – In response to Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s announcement appointing members of the Cultural Affairs Advisory Commission, William Baldwin, actor and President of the Creative Coalition, issued the following statement: A panel empowered to […]

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  8. The Creative Coalition Hosts Memento Screening with (confirmed to attend) William Baldwin, Joe Pantoliano, Tim Robbins, Edie Falco, Steven Van Zandt, Patricia Hearst and others

    The Creative Coalition Hosts Memento Screening with (confirmed to attend) William Baldwin, Joe Pantoliano, Tim Robbins, Edie Falco, Steven Van Zandt, Patricia Hearst and others New York, NY (April 2, 2001): Memento star Joe Pantoliano will host a private screening of Christopher Nolan’s latest film along with the Creative Coalition, Court TV and New Market. Pantoliano […]

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  9. The Creative Coalition Praises Senate Passage Of Historic Campaign Finance Reform

    The Creative Coalition Praises Senate Passage Of Historic Campaign Finance Reform WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 4, 2001 – Today William Baldwin, President of The Creative Coalition (TCC), commended the United States Senate’s 59-41 passage of the “Bipartisan Campaign Finance Reform Act of 2001” (S.27), otherwise known as the McCain-Feingold bill. “Money and its influence on politics […]

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  10. William Baldwin, Marlee Matlin, Hector Elizondo, Sharon Lawrence, Ron Reagan, Harry Shearer to Lead Capitol Hill Delegation

    Entertainers Unite For Arts Advocacy Day William Baldwin, Marlee Matlin, Hector Elizondo, Sharon Lawrence, Ron Reagan, Harry Shearer to Lead Capitol Hill Delegation Washington DC (March 20, 2001) – Actor and President of The Creative Coalition William Baldwin is leading a delegation of his peers to Capitol Hill to draw attention to the critical need for federally funded […]

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