WOSU Columbus NPR: Dark Money and Politics (Audio)
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The U.S. Supreme Court last month ruled that nonprofit political groups must disclose the identities of any donor giving more than $200.
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Many hailed the decision as a victory for political transparency, but many also still are concerned about the political influence of untraceable, corporate “dark money” in elections. Today on All Sides: how dark money shapes the U.S. political landscape.
Paul Beck, political scientist, The Ohio State University
Catherine Turcer, executive director, Common Cause Ohio
David Keating, president of the Institute for Free Speech, supports the deregulation of campaign finance
Michelle Ye Hee Lee, national political enterprise and accountability reporter, covering money and influence in politics, The Washington Post