Who is corrupting whom with political spending
This week opened with news that Montana's Attorney General filed briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to revisit the 2010 Citizens United decision and give Montana's restrictive campaign finance laws a pass. With all due respect, I think our AG is either stuck in a time warp or doesn't understand the basics of a marketplace and especially a marketplace of influence or ideas.
Montana's campaign finance laws date back to when copper barons outright owned much of our state's legislature and most of its media outlets. The argument that those conditions could be re-created...
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