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PACs spent more than $1.3m in D.C. elections in past 2 years

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The much-maligned political action committee -- a financial vehicle that allows corporate dollars and individual donations to flow to politicians and political campaigns -- remains a potent force in local District politics. In 2011 and 2012, political action committees in the District reported raising about $1.5 million, primarily for local elections. Some of the PACs also support candidates in...

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