Senate Judiciary Approves Citizens United-Targeted Amendment
July 11, 2014
The Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday took aim at the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision and the money it unleashed into the political system—and TV and cable coffers—but in a way that will almost certainly not bear fruit, or pare any from that money tree.
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