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WE NEED CITIZEN-FUNDED ELECTIONS

Today the Supreme Court is hearing a critical case called McCutcheon v. FEC. In its McCutcheon ruling, the Court could undermine the aggregate limits on how much money a donor can give to candidates each cycle -- and the Court could even remove limits on the size of individual contributions to candidates altogether!

Shaun McCutcheon, the lead plaintiff in a high-profile campaign finance challenge the U.S. Supreme Court will soon consider, made an excessive contribution to the Alabama Republican Party’s federal political committee last year, records show.

Fireworks really start at 12:48 when Elizabeth Warren makes her speech. Larry does not disappoint, either at 22:51.

An Alabama businessman and the Republican National Committee want the Supreme Court to throw out “aggregate contribution limits.” The case is called McCutcheon v. FEC.

The five conservative justices currently sitting on the Supreme Court are in the top ten most pro-corporate justices in a half century.

Corporate personhood in America: where corporations are people, and because of that, they enjoy the same rights that you and I do as, well, actual living and breathing people. (Absurd, but true.)