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Hundreds Protesting Political System Arrested On Capitol's Steps

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D.C. PAC Shutters, Highlighting Fine Ethical Line For Groups Across The Country

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Demonstrators march in the snow outside the White House during a rally against the Supreme Court's decision five years ago in favor of Citizens United, which allows private citizens and corporations to make unlimited donations for political campaigns. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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2016's Campaign War Chests Are Just Jewelry Boxes Next To The Super PACs

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