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Money Matters: Life after Citizens United

  • Aired: 11/21/2012
  • Expires: 11/21/2017
  • Rating: NR
Anchor Ray Suarez speaks with a roundtable of experts including: The National Review's Richard Brookiser, NYU's Brennan Center's Monica Youn, David Keating of The Center for Competitive Politics and Scott Murphey, former Congressman from upstate New York, on how big money and Citizen’s United may have impacted the 2012 election cycle.
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Ray Suarez speaks with experts on big money and Citizen’s United in 2012 election cycle.
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