In 2010, the Supreme Court ruled that outside groups could spend money without limits on US political campaigns, opening the door to massive increases in independent campaign expenditures in the years that have followed. In new research Wendy Hansen and Michael Rocca find that despite concerns over the rise of corporate influence on politics, much of this increase in […]
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