No, the Supreme Court wasn’t joking about Citizens United
Today's Daily Beast reports
on the ruling by a federal appeals court that there can be no limits on cash contributed to a conservative PAC support the Republican candidate for Mayor of New York City. The decision is unlikely to affect who will be Mayor, but the ruling confirms that the floodgates are wide open for legally influencing politicians with money.
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