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Vermont Should PACk It In

As we await a Supreme Court decision on whether Vermont's campaign-finance system (with its limits on what individuals can spend) is Constitutional, here's a data point indicating that at the very least it's pretty ineffective:

Vermont's campaign finance law hasn't slowed the flow of money into campaigns since it was passed in 1998. Instead, the money merely follows a different path, one in which political action committees figure prominently.

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