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Citizens divided 

On Dec. 30, Montana's Supreme Court issued a stunning rebuke to the U.S. Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United decision that infamously decreed corporations had constitutional rights to directly spend money on "independent expenditures" in campaigns.

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'Entirely offensive'

  • Explaining the Montana Supreme Court's remarkable ruling against corporate electioneering.

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