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Local activists want to target corporate lobbying. But is city government the right place to start?

Around a pot of hot tea, a group of activists all wearing fluorescent yellow T-shirts talk about big ideas — about corruption, money as speech and politicians who are bought and paid for. They’re issues planted firmly in the national political…

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