Dec 24, 2015

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thepoliticalfreakshow: Conservative Supreme Court justices handed down another landmark 5-4 ruling Wednesday to wipe out overall campaign contribution limits by an individual to candidates and political committees, bringing the ire of the liberal wing. “Where enough money calls the tune, the general public will not be heard,” Justice Stephen Breyer wrote, in a dissenting opinion signed by...

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