Dark Money and Politics
The U.S. Supreme Court last month ruled that nonprofit political groups must disclose the identities of any donor giving more than $200.
Many hailed the decision as a victory for political transparency, but many also still are concerned about the political influence of untraceable, corporate “dark money” in elections.
Today on All Sides: how dark money shapes the U.S. political landscape.
- Paul Beck, political scientist, The Ohio State University
- Catherine Turcer, executive director, Common Cause Ohio
- David Keating, president of the Institute for Free Speech, supports the deregulation of campaign finance
- Michelle Ye Hee Lee, national political enterprise and accountability reporter, covering money and influence in politics, The Washington Post