Monday, September 26, 2016
  • Friday, Jan. 22, 2010
Analysis: Will Corporate TV Ads Buy 2010 Voters? And, Influence How Congress Will Cast Votes?
  • WASHINGTON (AP)
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The Supreme Court has opened the door to a new era of big and possibly shadowy election spending, rolled back anti-corruption laws and emboldened critics of fundraising limits to press on. In the middle of it all will be voters, trying to figure out who's telling the truth.
    The court's...

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