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Mitch McConnell & The Chamber of Commerce Tell The Supreme Court To Double Down On Citizens United

The Supreme Court is currently considering whether to hear a case that will enable it to correct its error in Citizens United and overrule its indefensible decision to allow unlimited corporate and other wealthy donor money to influence elections. Neither the corporate lobby nor the Senate’s top Republican are eager to see this occur, however. [...]
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