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Five Videos Worth Watching From The Senate Dark Money Hearing

In Wednesday’s hearing on dark money, some very smart people shared their thoughts about big money’s corrupting influence on our democracy
Five Videos Worth Watching From The Senate Dark Money Hearing

Via Moyers & Company:

Not every Senate hearing is worth watching. The senators show up (sometimes) and make statements on what they think about the issue of the day. Some experts testify and the senators leave, still thinking what they thought in the first place.

But in yesterday’s hearing on dark money, some very smart people shared their thoughts about big money’s corrupting influence on our democracy, and what might be done to limit it. Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens was one of them. Recent Moyers & Company guests Trevor Potter and Norman Ornstein also weighed in. And Senator Ted Cruz gave ...

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