In 1987, Derrick Lee was selling roofs in Huntington Beach, California. He had no interest in politics. But he had this unemployed roommate. One day Lee noticed some help-wanted ads for paid petition circulators -- the folks you see outside the library and the supermarket who ask you to sign petitions to put issues like medical marijuana and tobacco... More >>>
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"To me, this is a cakewalk, a gravy train," says petition circulator Austin Musgrove, right. "I don't have anybody over my back, telling me to pound, pound, pound, work hard."