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QuoteTextRight now, the interests that take most advantage of campaign finance restrictions are powerful unions with a vested interest in big government, like AFSCME and the NEA public school teachers' union, and trial lawyers seeking settlements from businesses. And they strongly favor liberal Democrats. Now that the public will be able to see more money going directly to candidates, we can expect the debate to focus more on ideas.
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Free Speech Wins Big In Supreme Court Campaign Ruling by Investor's Business Daily editorial board (Investor's Business Daily, April 2, 2014) (view)

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TopicPageMcCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission
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