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As hot an issue as the environment has been in recent years, there’s never been much money in it for politicians.
So why, after never having cracked the Center for Responsive Politics‘ 50 top-giving industries and interest groups, have environmental interests suddenly shot into seventh place in the 2014 and 2016 election cycles?
The answer is one Supreme Court decision plus one man.
Though it has only been six months since the last election, a large number number of super PACs ready to go for 2-18 have already cropped up.
Is it 2018 already? Hard to believe it’s only been six months since the last election judging by the number of super PACs that have cropped up so far.
Through May 10, more than 140 groups that can spend unlimited amounts of money in elections independently from candidates have appeared since Jan. 1 of 2017, about 17 more than the previous presidential election cycle saw through the same date.
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