Vt. Sen. Bernie Sanders decries end to unconstitutional cap on campaign spending of affluent citizens

Sanders will be holding a town meeting on April 12 at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire, a state that's critical to the prospects of presidential hopefuls. He likely won't decide whether to run for president until after the 2014 elections, nor has he decided whether to run as a Democrat or an independent.


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