Koch brothers criticized for campaign contributions while unions spend

Koch Industries has come under fire from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid regarding campaign contributions, but political spending by unions and organized labor groups has far outpaced that of the Koch brothers between 1989 and 2014, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. It seems, however, that unions are being held to a different standard under campaign finance laws, while conservative groups face restrictions and scrutiny, Kimberley Strassel writes.

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