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May 21. 2013 11:12AM

Grant Bosse: Anyone remember Shaheen rushing to defend Ayotte from out-of-state special interests?

Shaheen and her defenders insist that she was merely seeking to close a loophole in the tax code. That’s simply not credible. Liberal outrage at independent political expenditures, whether from 501 (C) 4’s or the Section 527 SuperPacs that cropped up recently, always fades when liberals are doing the spending. Does anyone remember Shaheen rushing to defend Ayotte from out-of-state special interests a few weeks ago?

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