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After campaign finance ruling, battle for Congress likely to heat up

WASHINGTON -- Both major political parties predicted an expanded battle for control of Congress in the months ahead following Wednesday's Supreme Court decision to end aggregate limits on big donors. Conservative groups trying to flip control of the Senate to Republicans particularly celebrated their ability now to repeatedly tap big donors who previously would have maxed out at $123,200 per election cycle. The court did away with that limit. "BOOM - Great news!" wrote the conservative Club for Growth's spokesman Barney Keller on Twitter. Democrats have largely opposed loosening campaign spending and viewed the court's decision with worry. It expanded on the...

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