The Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (2010)
A. allows corporations and labor unions to spend unlimited funds on campaigns.
B. limits PACs by reducing the amount of money they can raise through contributions by small donors.
C. has forced candidates for office and elected officials to make public the amounts of campaign contributions they have received from PACs and which PACs make those donations.
D. has strengthened the argument that PACs constitute a better system of campaign finance than one based on wealthy donors.
E. has forced corporations and labor unions to legally divorce themselves from the PACs they sponsor.
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