Voters Can Now Weigh In On Citizens United


On Monday, the Supreme Court decided to allow California lawmakers to ask voters what their opinions are when it come to Citizens United. Campaign-spending laws are currently only decided by lawmakers. The public had no voice.

Proposition 49 would ask voters f they think Congress should propose an amendment overturning Citizens United.

“Are we a democracy of, by, and for the people, or are we to be ruled by an elite, moneyed class, where the power of government rests in the hands of a few wealthy special interests?” Karen Hobert Flynn, Common Cause senior vice president asked.


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