How has the influx of big money changed our elections? Is it more or less fair?
Which New Yorkers have contributed the most money to the 2012 presidential race, and where are they?
The attorney general believes a section New York charities law enables him to regulate any group that collects more than $25,000 from New York state donors.
After Senate Republicans won a vote along party lines to kill the DISCLOSE Act, campaign finance reformers may have to wait until after the election to see any meaningful legislation come before Congress.
Political Action Committees connected to foreign corporations have already raised over $5 million for the 2012 elections, continuing a trend of increasing contributions from U.S. subsidiaries of foreign interests.
Paul Blumenthal, reporter for the Huffington Post and former senior writer for the Sunlight Foundation, discusses the proliferation of PACs coming out of the GOP, big labor, and even Facebook.