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April 7, 2014 4:31 PM

Voters, not big-money donors, still have the final say in politics

Voters have a way to reduce the influence of money in politics: ignore what the money buys. The rich guys would get the message soon enough. And at that point — unable to influence election outcomes — their ability to buy access would also disappear.

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