CounterPAC Takes Aim at Campaign Ad Spending
July 31, 2014
Some tech entrepreneurs and campaign reform activists have launched CounterPAC, which will advocate for full disclosure of the funding of political ads and push candidates to reject any so-called "dark money" from groups that won't fully disclose where their money is coming from.
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