Political Action Committees were established to enable politicians to raise money for their colleagues and support their campaigns. On this week’s Underreported, ProPublica reporter Marcus Stern explains how several law makers are now using their PAC money – from golf outings to casinos to commissioning portraits – and why the rules for PAC money aren’t tighter.
You can read his article that appeared in the Washington Posthere.
Read the ProPublica article here.
You can look up information about your congressmember's leadership PAC here.
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