Morning Reads: SCOTUS Strikes Down Campaign Limits; Republican Asks How Equal Pay Will Help Men
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April 2, 2014

Via Moyers & Company:

Good morning! Here are some of the stories we’re reading on a somewhat slow news day…

Stat of the day: 42 percent — reduction in Kentucky’s uninsured population as a result of Obamacare, according to TPM.

SCOTUS finally sticks up for the rich –> In another blow to our already minimal campaign finance regulations, the Supreme Court struck down aggregate contribution limits in McCutcheon. Andy Kroll has the details at MoJo. 

Illegal –> A federal appeals court ruled that Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s last-minute voter purge was illegal. Josh Israel reports for ThinkProgress. 


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