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Why Money in Politics is a Form of Corporate Overreach, Legitimized by the SCOTUS Roberts 5

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The lion share of money in politics comes directly from large public corporation or indirectly from their largest stockholders, therefore money in politics is in essence corporate overreach, as is why the U.S. Middle-Class has fallen behind their counterparts in other counties in recent decades.

Money in politics among the TOP 3 ISSUES 64% of Democratic caucus voters considered while voting
Money in politics among the TOP 3 ISSUES 64% of Democratic caucus voters considered while voting
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Mr. Sanders, who largely kept his cool in the debate, ignored the broadside and instead reiterated his familiar critique that a “super PAC” supporting Mrs. Clinton is funded in part by banks.

 

“There is a reason why these people are putting huge amounts of money into our political system,” Mr. Sanders said. “It is undermining American democracy and it is allowing Congress to represent wealthy campaign contributors and not the working families of this country.”

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