What will be the effect in this year's Ohio general election of last year's SCOTUS ruling allowing corporations to spend unlimited amounts of money on campaign advertising?
The SCOTUS ruling, in effect, declared that corporate entities (i.e. The American Petroleum Institute) have the same "rights" as citizens, and can contribute heavily to the campaigns of certain "friendly" politicos ... While we've hashed over the effect of labor organization contributions, I feel that we might give equal billing to the notion of high-rolling corporate interests attempting to "buy" this year's general election ... Whaddaya think?
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