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PBS NEWSHOUR

SEC Considering New Rule for Political Contributions

  • Aired: 05/06/2013
  • 08:29
  • Rating: NR
The SEC is considering a proposal to require publicly traded companies to disclose money donated for politics to shareholders -- a conflict to the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision. Ray Suarez hears both sides of the debate from Robert J. Jackson of Columbia University Law School and former SEC commissioner Paul Atkins.
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