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_creationDate   April 6, 2014 5:33:55 PM
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Author   Michael Kinsley
Source   The Washington Post
Date   April 4, 2014
URL   http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/michael-kinsley-the-solution-to-money-in-politics/2014/04/04/5ac0b412-bb8c-11e3-96ae-f2c36d2b1245_story.html
Quote   The rules are made for the rule-abiding, and a rule-abiding politician can use money from campaign contributions only in efforts to persuade the voters. In other words, not only is campaign spending speech — it is ''only'' speech. That’s all the money is good for. And the voters have it within their power to ignore this speech and make all that contribution money worthless.
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The solution to money in politics by Michael Kinsley (The Washington Post, April 4, 2014) (view)

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Topic   McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission
Position_fragment   Supreme Court voted correctly
Position   McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission / Supreme Court voted correctly
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Supreme Court voted correctly

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