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  • The Buzz with Buzz: the Koch brothers, money and politics

    Why is everyone always talking about 'campaign finance?’ Do political donations actually matter? Washington bureau political editor Steven "Buzz" Thomma and political correspondent David Lightman explain why those donations might go further in Congress and why citizens don't know where all the money comes from. (Natalie Fertig / McClatchy)

The Buzz with Buzz: the Koch brothers, money and politics

Why is everyone always talking about 'campaign finance?’ Do political donations actually matter? Washington bureau political editor Steven "Buzz" Thomma and political correspondent David Lightman explain why those donations might go further in Congress and why citizens don't know where all the money comes from. (Natalie Fertig / McClatchy)