People protest during oral arguments in a campaign-finance case at the US Supreme Court in October 2013. Proposition 59 on California’s November 2016 ballot asks voters if the decision should be overturned.
People protest during oral arguments in a campaign-finance case at the US Supreme Court in October 2013. Proposition 59 on California’s November 2016 ballot asks voters if the decision should be overturned. Olivier Douliery MCT
People protest during oral arguments in a campaign-finance case at the US Supreme Court in October 2013. Proposition 59 on California’s November 2016 ballot asks voters if the decision should be overturned. Olivier Douliery MCT
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