Brian Schweitzer

State of Montana

Guest/Host

Former Governor of Montana (2005-2013)

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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 .

Montana, Citizens United and Government Corruption

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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