Of all the money spent on presidential ads so far, more than half of it has been from these dark money groups — Not Always Clear Who’s Funding Politics-Related Ads : NPR
Republicans and Democrats agreed that bottomless corporate spending is inherently harmful to the voices of individual voters. (via Massachusetts legislature rejects Citizens United - Boston American Government | Examiner.com)
“Montana’s going first, but we have before,” Schweitzer told The Huffington Post.
(via Brian Schweitzer, Montana Governor, Throws Support Behind Overturning Citizens United)
The First Amendment, Political Speech, and the Future of Campaign Finance Laws -
from the Constitutional Accountability Center
Justices Ginsburg and Breyer are hoping that one of the five justices in the majority is experiencing buyer’s remorse now that we’re in heading into the presidential election. — Will SCOTUS Stamp Out Montana’s Constitutional Mischief? - Court News - U.S. Supreme Court
Vt. Senate: Corporations aren't people -
The Vermont Senate has given preliminary approval to a resolution to the U.S. Constitution aimed at reversing the U.S Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision of 2010.