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Group seeking ‘dark money’ ban tries to ride wave of momentum (access required)

Outlaw Dirty Money, a campaign led by former attorney general Terry Goddard, wants to let Arizonans vote on a constitutional amendment to ban “dark money,” the term given to campaign dollars spent by groups who don’t disclose the source of their money.

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