Consider this headline: “Putin’s Agents Spend Millions to Defeat 2022 Connecticut Ballot Referendum.”
Fiction? Yes for today, but tomorrow it could be fact. Connecticut’s campaign finance laws contain a huge loophole that allows foreign individuals and entities to spend foreign funds to influence the outcome of our state and local ballot referenda.
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