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Keep transparency in political money

April 6, 2014

To the editor: Whether you like our governor or not, I believe that anyone who believes in true democracy will agree with him on the following matter....

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Apr-08-14 9:33 AM

Mr. Brandt, before you complain about "others", you had better check out the Governor's ex-wife buying his election for him.

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Apr-07-14 2:16 PM

I always chuckle at the democrats who act so indignant at the laws that they claim are passed to benefit the rich and then they themselves benefit from it because a lot of them are rich. How many file their tax returns taking every tax benefit they can. If they felt so strongly about it, then pay in more. All of us who file taxes take every legal tax deduction we can...can anyone dispute that?

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Apr-07-14 7:48 AM

Get real. No one buys elections like democrats and unions. What should not be allowed is local and federal employe unions ability to donate to elections. This is lining your pockets 101. Wonder if Dayton supports elimination of including unions in this bill... then it would be something of substance. Talk about conflict of interest.

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