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A Movement to Reform Campaign Finance

January 23, 2012
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    The election year is underway and the unprecedented, corrosive effect of money on our politics is already clear.

    No doubt, an election should be about voicing opinions and having a lively debate. But a string of bad Supreme Court decisions -- the most recent, Citizens United -- have equated money with speech and amplified the power of corporations and special interests. When that happens, your voice in the debate gets drowned out.

    There's a nationwide movement to reverse this trend by amending the U.S. Constitution.  I participated in a panel of national, state and local leaders who agree that a constitutional amendment is the only way we can reform our campaign finance system.

    Join us and watch the discussion below:

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