Episode 2: Our Democracy with Rick Hubbard

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The strategy of pressing Congress to enact broad reform has failed in the past and is continuing to fail, yet hundreds of nonprofit advocacy organizations are currently pressing Congress to pass legislation and to propose a 28th constitutional amendment that would overturn Citizens United and rid politics of the corrupting influence of money.

Even if Citizens United were overturned, it will not rid politics of the corrupting influence of money. Political contributions from the few, raised the old way, have been corrupting Congressional outcomes for decades, well before Citizens United further opened the floodgates.

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