Montana Strikes Back 

The Supreme Court could learn a lesson on campaign finance from the Big Sky state.

Following decades of struggle under the political weight of mining companies, banks and railroads, Montanans passed a law in 1912 stating that “a corporation may not make a contribution or an expenditure in connection with a candidate or a political committee…

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