The Post-'McCutcheon' World

Campaign finance reform advocates weigh options.

, The National Law Journal

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Campaign reform advocates grappled with the possibility that a constitutional amendment might be their only remaining option to limit the power of money in politics in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark April 2 ruling in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission.

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  • @Jan Baran: says the attorney whose clients depend on being able to rig the federal government for their continued dominance over American life.

  • Thalia

    If you‘re still looking for the flood of donations, you haven‘t been keeping your eyes open. Who do you think those secretive donors to PACs are, the ones that are pouring millions into advertising opposing Obamacare? Because I will eat my hat if none of them are companies, and none of them are based outside the US.

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