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May 17, 2017

Planet Jackson Hole – “Wyomingites join states in the battle to rid dark money from the political piggy bank.”

Planet Jackson Hole – “Wyomingites join states in the battle to rid dark money from the political piggy bank.”

May 17, 2017
Published By American Promise

JACKSON HOLE, WY – A non-partisan group in Wyoming wants to purge dark money from politics and its ramping up efforts all over the state, including in Jackson Hole.

Wyoming Promise—whose supporters include former U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson, former Governor Dave Freudenthal and a couple hundred citizens—is leading an initiative to call for a 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution that would overturn Citizens United.

The fallout from the 2010 landmark Supreme Court case, Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commissions, is that there’s no limit to the amount of money corporations and unions can spend to support lawmakers.

In a letter to Wyoming citizens, Simpson wrote, “support a 28th Amendment to the Constitution so we can … secure human liberty and equal representation rather than turn our government over to a global corporate marketplace.”

Read the full article at Planet Jackson Hole

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