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ObserverNews: De Blasio Laments Citizens United While His Campaign Nonprofit Benefits From It

Following increasing criticism over his use of a shadowy nonprofit, the Campaign for One New York, to promote his progressive agenda, Mayor Bill de Blasio wished today for Citizens United to be struck down–but implied he was fine with continuing to reap the rewards of the Supreme Court decision.

“I think it’s really important to look at the laws that govern us and I would like to see a very, very different world but we’re not in that world yet,” Mr. de Blasio told reporters at City Hall. “I believe there should be a constitutional amendment to reverse the Citizens United decision by the Supreme Court.”

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