Brian Schweitzer

State of Montana

Guest/Host

Former Governor of Montana (2005-2013)

Brian Schweitzer on KCRW

A disappointing jobs report, Chris Christie's Bridge-gate, Bob Gate's bombshell betrayal, Independents become the majority, and the War on Poverty Turns 50.

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Two years ago, the US Supreme Court took the limits off campaign spending by corporations and wealthy donors in the case  Citizens United versus the Federal Elections Commission .

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Two years ago, the US Supreme Court took the limits off campaign spending by corporations and wealthy donors in the case Citizens United versus the Federal Elections Commission .

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The US Supreme Court has  ordered Montana  to abolish historic limits on campaign contributions to comply with its  2010 Citizens United decision .

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The US Supreme Court has ordered Montana to abolish historic limits on campaign contributions to comply with its 2010 Citizens United decision .

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