How Crowdfunded Donations Could Overthrow Big Money In American Politics

How Crowdfunded Donations Could Overthrow Big Money In American Politics
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Creative Commons co-founder takes on Super PACS with small donations.

Ross Brooks
  • 6 may 2014

In an attempt to try and stop Super PACS, tax-exempt groups that conceal their donor lists and legally launder huge amounts of money to influence political campaigns, Creative Commons co-founder Lawrence Lessig wants to create a crowdfunded SuperPAC that will put a stop to corruption in politics. MayOne has already raised more than 50% of its $1 million goal, and could stand a real chance of creating fundamental reform in Congress by 2016.

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