Citizens hate Citizens United decision

An early June survey of 1,000 voters on the Citizens United decision found that a strong majority saw the extent of corporate influence in government as a serious problem. The survey focused on measuring support for a Constitutional amendment limiting the amount corporations can spend to influence elections. It did not touch on clean elections,  but voters who fear corporate political influence would be likely to support public funding of election campaigns.

About Hamilton Richards

I retired in 1966 as a Senior Lecturer in Computer Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin. These days I volunteer technical support for Citizens' Climate Lobby (Austin chapter), Common Ground for Texans, (CG4Tx.org), Integrity Texas (IntegrityTexas.org), and several friends.
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