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Instead of slamming wealthy political donors, let's focus on making their gifts more transparent.
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Washington Post columnist Colbert I. King observes that when it comes to finding ways to make ethically and legally questionable contributions, national GOP operatives have nothing on their imitators in Washington, D.C., government.
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