How Dark Money Is Reshaping Politics
Hundreds of millions of dollars in so-called “dark money” have flowed into 2020 election coffers at all levels of government -- with both parties taking advantage of legal means to conceal who’s donating to them.
In Ohio, federal investigators last week alleged undisclosed contributions funneled through a 501(c) 4 nonprofit was the lynchpin in a $61 million dollar bribery case brought against Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and four others.
Coming up today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, how “dark money” is reshaping politics.
- Michelle Ye Hee Lee, reporter, The Washington Post
- Paul Beck, professor emeritus of political science, Ohio State
- Evan Darryl Walton, professor of Ohio State’s Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic
- Brad Smith, chairman and founder, Institute for Free Speech
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