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pbs.org — For more than two years, the politically active nonprofit Western Tradition Partnership (WTP) has fought the state of Montana's attempts to regulate the group under state campaign finance laws, arguing that it was a social welfare group and as such was not required to disclose its donors.
pbs.org — Last week, when a Montana district judge ordered the release of its bank records, Western Tradition Partnership became the first modern dark money group to have all of its donors made public.
pbs.org — You know big money is having a big impact on America's elections. But how, exactly? Two years after the Supreme Court's landmark Citizens United decision, more money is being spent on elections than ever before, much of it from tax-exempt organizations that are not required to publicly disclose their donors.
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