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Outside groups dominated spending in 2016's top Senate races.
Her father may call it unfair, but there’s no percentage in retailers stocking Ivanka Trump’s merchandise.
If churches could spend on politics, the amount of political money that’s untraceable to an actual person or special interest would surely skyrocket.
A Gorsuch opinion from the Tenth Circuit may tip his hand that he opposes regulating money in politics.
Since Justice Scalia’s death, many have asked what a new ninth justice might mean for campaign finance law. The shorthand for this was often “Citizens United.” Could it be overturned?
In Arkansas, elected officials from both sides of the aisle have recognized that secret spending has a pernicious effect on the state's democracy.
South Dakotans voted to adopt state campaign finance & ethics reforms. But voters may not have the final say: legislators and other power players tried to prevent reform by either repealing voter initiatives or filing lawsuits to invalidate them.
Donald Trump promised “to drain the swamp.” But will his administration enforce – or even retain -- sensible administrative rules that protect millions of Americans?
In 2016, voters on ballot measures across the country faced unprecedented levels of secret spending, on issues ranging from the minimum wage to the sales tax, preliminary records show.
Given the relatively small sum spent by his campaign, some concluded that the era of big money politics is over. However, a look at Trump’s cabinet picks shows that’s not the case