campaign finance reform

The Supreme Court's ruling in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission has opened the door for wealthy donors to spend even more on political campaigns. It will also require interested citizens to learn some new terminology.
A similar initiative in Washington state didn't go through, however.
Public financing elections can now come to California.
Every Voice is backing a presidential candidate for the first time.
Zephyr Teachout says she won't treat voters like they're dumb.
The head of Citizens United joins Trump's campaign from a pro-Trump super PAC.
The Republican platform calls for more money in politics.
The amendment is part of a series of proposals to increase transparency in campaign funding.
Voters in South Dakota and Washington state will get to decide.