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Who are the big contributors to the Super PACs?

By ARIEL WITTENBERG ProPublica The coming election cycle will likely be the most expensive in history. Thanks to Citizens United and other recent court decisions, individuals, corporations and unions can make unlimited donations to so-called super PACs that support a candidate. The money is flowing in. So, exactly who is donating, and what do they want? [...]
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