California Calls for Constitutional Amendment Against Citizens United

California has become the sixth and largest state to call for a constitutional amendment that would overturn Citizens United, the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that paved the way for massive corporate spending to influence elections. On Thursday, California’s Senate voted 24-to-11 to urge Congress to draft an amendment against Citizens United. The measure had passed the state Assembly in March.

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