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PACs have been called “collection agencies” for interest groups. They were created to evade laws that forbid corporation and labor unions from giving money “directly” to federal candidates. These laws still exist. Aren’t the laws now a farce? Why does congress permit the law to be trampled by allowing the existence of PACs?

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