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State Supreme Court rejects last-ditch effort to ban ‘dark money’

The lawsuit is attempting to block an initiative that would essentially insert “right-to-know’’ language into the Arizona Constitution. It not only mandates disclosure of any individual, association or corporation that spends at least $2,500 in any two-year election cycle but also imposes fines triple to the undisclosed amount. (WNI Illustration)

The lawsuit is attempting to block an initiative that would essentially insert “right-to-know’’ language into the Arizona Constitution. It not only mandates disclosure of any individual, association or corporation that spends at least $2,500 in any two-year election cycle but also imposes fines triple to the undisclosed amount. (WNI Illustration)

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