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"Stop Common Core PAC amasses $700,000; targets GOP leaders in Alabama"

AL.com reports: Opponents of Alabama's GOP establishment have pumped $700,000 into the brand new Stop Common Core PAC -- a group that Republican leaders say masks support from "cowardly liberals."

All of that money arrived over the last five weeks from a single source, the Foundation for Limited Government. That's a seven-month-old group run by former state lawmaker John Rice of Opelika.

Rice, who is also chair of the Stop Common Core PAC, has not disclosed the foundation backers.

"The foundation members are anonymous," said Rice today. "That's the reason the Legislature set it up that way." -- Stop Common Core PAC amasses $700,000; targets GOP leaders in Alabama | AL.com

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