In election year, bipartisan group of lawmakers working to diminish big money in politics

The power of the PAC. In a big election year, the money is flowing from all over to boost candidates and platforms. Some continue to fight against big money in politics, questioning the ethics of super PACs. A bipartisan group of lawmakers is going so far as to file a lawsuit against a major court ruling that helped bring these PACs into power.


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