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Ethical Dilemmas in Political Spending

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In an article for The Center for Public Integrity, Ann Skeet comments on the implications of companies contributing money to both the Republican Attorneys General Association and the Democratic Attorneys General Association.

The implicit dilemma is that political spending is an action, even when companies split their contributions to the country’s two major parties down the middle, said Skeet. "There’s actually policy implications that go with the money that they spend,” she said.

Sep 26, 2017