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Its Citizens United all over again
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Last July, I wrote about how disheartened I was that the Supreme Court of the United States refused, on a 5-4 partisan vote, to reconsider one of its worst decisions ever: Citizens United. The original 2010 ruling opened the door for “super” political action committees (Super PACs) to accept unlimited contributions and, in at least some cases, without full disclosure on where that money’s coming from. Wednesday, I came across the following headline from The Washington Post’s The Fix: “The Supreme Court campaign contributions case, explained.”