The Conservative Playbook For Keeping ‘Dark Money’ Dark

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The Conservative Playbook For Keeping ‘Dark Money’ Dark
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The Conservative Playbook for Keeping ‘Dark Money’ Dark

by Robert Faturechi ProPublica, Feb. 4, 2016, 11:45 a.m.

How do you stop states and cities from forcing more disclosure of so-called dark money in politics? Get the debate to focus on an “average Joe,” not a wealthy person. Find examples of “inconsequential donation amounts.” Point out that naming donors would be a threat to “innocents,” including their children, families and co-workers.

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