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A Trump-backed group's effort to attack a GOP senator shows just how far politically active nonprofits can go

America First Policies is garnering new attention after the nonprofit, with the White House's backing, took aim at Republican Sen. Dean Heller in an unprecedented way for not backing the Senate healthcare bill. The nonprofit backing President Donald Trump's policy agenda (with the president's blessing) launched a $1-million ad campaign against Heller in his home state. The campaign tied him to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and accused him of breaking a "promise" to voters by refusing to back the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the Senate Republican bill unveiled late last week that is now being revised after a number of GOP senators joined Heller in voicing opposition.
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