Steve Hoersting

Vice President, Center for Competitive Politics

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Vice President at the Center for Competitive Politics and a campaign finance attorney; former General Counsel to the National Republican Senatorial Committee

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The US Supreme Court has  taken the limits off campaign spending  by corporations and unions. Has that liberated a major cause of corruption?

The US Supreme Court: Free Speech and Money in Politics

The US Supreme Court has taken the limits off campaign spending by corporations and unions. Has that liberated a major cause of corruption?

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