Mo’ money, mo’ problems. The Supreme Court on Monday upheld a ban on contributions to political campaigns by foreign nationals living temporarily in the U.S. The controversial ruling was praised by reform advocates who say the regulation will help keep electoral contributions in check. However, critics assailed the court’s logic, saying that in the wake of the Citizens United decision, it didn’t make sense that companies had more rights than foreigners who live in this country.
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