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Campaign financing shift may aid critics

Cash could go to interest groups

'Ironically, a group like ours, Catholic Democrats, benefits from the decision.' -- Patrick Whelan, President of Catholic Democrats "Ironically, a group like ours, Catholic Democrats, benefits from the decision." -- Patrick Whelan, President of Catholic Democrats (Michele McDonald for The Globe)
By Jeremy Herb
Globe Correspondent / February 24, 2010

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WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court’s watershed decision on campaign finance, lamented by critics who say it gives undue influence to corporations, could strengthen the very advocacy groups that oppose the ruling. (Full article: 1046 words)

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