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  •  Well, the answer to this… (2+ / 0-)
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    Sue B, No one gets out alive

    …would be a ballot measure that requires all corporate political spending to be approved in advance at that corporation's annual shareholder's meeting, along with measures setting the maximum amount and direction of said spending. Then all partnerships must approve their spending in advance as well. Doesn't stop any spending, thus it will pass Citizens United muster, but advance notice would dry up corporate spending enormously as managers hate for sunshine to be cast upon their ill-conceived intentions, and it would prevent many last minute corporate donations as it would all have to be planned in advance.

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    by DemSign on Sun Jul 15, 2012 at 08:58:31 PM PDT

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