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NFL Owners Spending Millions on Congressional Elections

This article originally appeared on the International Business Times. With lawmakers trying to crack down on stadium subsidies, investigate the problem of concussions and spotlight domestic abuse among players, NFL team owners are pumping more cash into congressional races. In the first half of 2016, they spent an average of $300,000 a month on political contributions, directing the bulk of their money to Senate and Congressional campaigns on both sides of the aisle, according to a prominent campaign finance watchdog group.
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