PODCAST: Guns on RI Campuses. Who is Armed?
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Related Slideshow: The Influence of Gun Money in New England States
New Data from The Sunlight Foundation shows state-by-state breakdowns for donations to groups on both sides of the gun debate. The money went toward candidates, political parties, and political action committees (PACs), but doesn't include donations to independent or so-called “super PACs”.
See how much money went to candidates in each of the New England States in the slides below.
Control $: 0
Rights $: 229650
Control $: 19557
Rights $: 5612
Control $: 2850
Rights $: 20538
Control $: 54058
Rights $: 104579
Control $: 8325
Rights $: 51700
Control $: 27318
Rights $: 142505
Control $: 4076
Rights $: 56200
Control $: 43666
Rights $: 121596
Control $: 0
Rights $: 40330
Control $: 4500
Rights $: 7550
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