How to democratically restrict third-party ad spending

The call by some for all political action committees that run ads to shut down is nonsensical, as that would mean all these groups disbanding and individuals also refraining from such advertising.

By Duff Conacher

PUBLISHED : Friday, July 10, 2015 5:47 PM

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