Stephen Ansolabehere

Professor of Government, Harvard University

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Professor of Government at Harvard University

Stephen Ansolabehere on KCRW

Two court rulings mean that corporations, unions and other special interests can now spend unlimited amounts of money for and against candidates for the Senate and Congress.

Money and Influence on Capitol Hill

Two court rulings mean that corporations, unions and other special interests can now spend unlimited amounts of money for and against candidates for the Senate and Congress.

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Supreme Court decisions have unleashed a tide of corporate and special-interest spending that is setting records for mid-term election campaigns.

Money and Influence on Capitol Hill

Supreme Court decisions have unleashed a tide of corporate and special-interest spending that is setting records for mid-term election campaigns.

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