Supreme Court decision removes restrictions from campaign finance laws

Ruling removes aggregate total caps from campaign donations

Though many have decried the presence of big money in campaign politics, the Supreme Court of the United States has issued a decision that’s likely to make that money even bigger.  On April 2, the SCOTUS removed certain stipulations of federal campaign finance laws that will now allow donors to give to campaigns with fewer restrictions.

A 5-4 decision, with the majority coming from the Court’s more conservative justices, sealed the deal.

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