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In a USA Today op-ed, Wade Henderson and Michael Waldman argue that only the president can act to illuminate dark money spending that leaves the disadvantaged voiceless.
In light of recent criminal charges against another prominent political leader, New Yorkers need assurances that their elected leaders are appropriately and comprehensively responding to the ongoing ethics scandals in Albany.
The President can take a critical step to address the dark money problem, by issuing an executive order that mandates government contractors disclose their political spending.
The Brennan Center urged the Commission to fix disclosure and coordination rules, and enforce the law.
The most stunning consequence of Citizens United is the influence that a few tycoons and other wealthy donors now wield in U.S. elections.