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'Pay 2 Play' takes aim at big money's effect in politics
'Pay 2 Play' takes aim at big money's effect in politics

Citing the Citizens United case, the Hobby Lobby case, the Koch brothers, Occupy Wall Street, "stand your ground" and other trending topics of recent civil discourse, the documentary "Pay 2 Play" lays out a compelling case against corporate personhood and money as free speech. Filmmaker John Wellington Ennis uses as a case study Ohio's 2005 "Coingate," with Tom Noe making financial contributions to Republican candidates and receiving high-ranking government posts and $50 million in state funds for his high-risk rare-coins investment fund. The film also launches into Charles and David Koch's financial contributions to 1,053 winning candidates in the...

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