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The good news is that things have gotten so bad, almost everyone agrees we need to make big changes.
We all know the damage done by corporate money in politics. On January 19, we have the opportunity to do something about it.
The man renowned as an anti-tax ideologue is actually a typical K Street operator.
From Senate races to state and city referendums, Americans made clear they wanted to limit the corrupting power of corporate money.
In the next four years—and beyond—progressives must create the political space for the president to represent the majority of Americans.
Plagued by ethical troubles, the “poster boy for pay to play politics” and Pentagon BFF is finally facing a competitive election.
Since Citizens United, corporations and foreign entities can spend unlimited undisclosed funds on elections. Here's what it looks like.
Thanks to Citizens United, US and foreign corporations can secretly spend millions on political campaigns under the cover of trade associations.
The nation’s top business lobby has built up a huge war chest for conservatives. But has it crossed the legal line?
A web of right-wing groups bankrolled by billionaires dominates our politics. Our media shouldn’t let them remain in the shadows.
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