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Money flows to Congress: what else is new?

The Washington Post has a large graphic: Sure, the Democrats have taken control of the Capitol. But corporate donors tend to be colorblind when it comes to giving away campaign cash. With big businesses backing both sides of the aisle, is the 110th really all that different from the 109th? -- Cash Flow: Congress Changes Hands -- or Does It? - washingtonpost.com

Thanks to jgilbert2000 for the link.

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