Citizens United response laws moving in Massaschusetts and New York

The WSJ reports.

Democratic leaders of the Assembly and Senate in New York this week quietly introduced a bill that would require corporations to get approval from shareholders before spending money on campaigns or issue advocacy.

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State Sen. Jamie Eldridge, a Democrat who introduced the bill in Massachusetts, said it would “protect the integrity of our democratic system from the corrosive influence of profit-driven political spending.”

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