Influence of Big-Money 'SuperPACs' Not So Clear

There’s a scary bedtime story about money in politics about how the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United ruling unleashed a tidal wave of corporate cash into politics and drowned out the voices of the little people. … “Publicly held for-profit corporations don’t like political controversy, and don’t give more than they have to,” said political scientist Richard Skinner, with New College of Florida.
 

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