The overturn of the Citizens United decision becomes the central point in her campaign.
This week, the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton will expose the key elements of the campaign against the domination of big money in politics. The presidential candidate has already supported the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United lambaste. Meanwhile, some finance reform groups ignite discontent about the campaign. They pressure not only Clinton but her closest competitor Bernie Sanders as well. The galling experience of unredeemed promises of presidential candidates made them doubtful of such daring plans. The groups insist on working out such plans for constitutional amendments that can be accomplished.2 comments