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I. In Washington on July 27, 2010, The U.S. Supreme Court stated that earlier this year, they said that corporations and unions have the First Amendment right to spend whatever they want on independent political ads, but many businesses don’t want the responsibility that comes with that new right. They want to make their unlimited donations anonymously so the public will not know who is flooding the airwaves and the republican voted to let them get away with it. Republicans insisted on the Senate floor that the bill was
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Unformatted text preview: blatantly designed to improve the chances of Democrats in the fall election. II. I think that the republican did the right move to vote for letting them get away with it. If I owned a business, I would want to help out a cause I believe in and I believe that it should be private because there are always pros and cons about the things going on today and I wouldn’t want to be criticized for helping out a cause I believe in....
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2010 for the course AMERICAN G EMP-101 taught by Professor Joans during the Spring '10 term at Laguna College of Art and Design .

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