Opposition to U.S. Corporate Politica...

Opposition to U.S. Corporate Political Spending Gains Momentum

There are 1 comment on the Inter Press Service story from Jan 18, 2013, titled Opposition to U.S. Corporate Political Spending Gains Momentum. In it, Inter Press Service reports that:

Campaigns for those elections also saw the highest levels of spending by outside entities ever recorded, with 90 percent of campaign-related funding in more than 20 states reportedly coming from out-of-state. In an attempt to sway city polls in Richmond, California, the oil giant Chevron alone spent more than a million dollars, in addition to 2.5 ... (more)

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tim macdonald

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#1 Jan 19, 2013
Obama bums take from the rich ....fuxx libby pig obama bums

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