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The Supreme Court just ruled on a case that’s been referred to as Citizens United 2: McCutcheon vs. FEC.
They ruled to decimate the overall limits that the uber-rich can spend on our elections. It pretty much does for individuals what Citizens United did for corporations. Specifically, those who can afford to do so could directly contribute nearly $6 million per election cycle to a single party and its candidates. — FROM http://other98.com/
“The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down a 40-year-old ban on aggregate contributions that a single donor can give to candidates and party committees.” — FROM The Washington Post
“The Supreme Court struck down limits Wednesday in federal law on the overall campaign contributions the biggest individual donors may make to candidates, political parties and political action committees.”
— FROM The Huffington Post
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