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More GOP donors keep names in shadows

Posted: May 30, 2014 at 5:34 a.m.

A spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Wednesday that increased secret political giving highlights the need for a constitutional amendment declaring “that money does not equal speech.”

A spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Wednesday that increased secret political giving highlights the need for a constitutional amendment declaring “that money does not equal speech.”

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's attacks on the billionaire Koch brothers are having an unforeseen effect -- prompting other wealthy GOP donors to give more money to groups that keep their supporters' names secret.

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