"Art" at Boston's Logan Airport
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Right behind the Supreme Court move expanding Citizens United's free pass on corporate election spending even to Montana, which didn't want it - its classic argument: "Independent expenditures, including those made by corporations, do not give rise to corruption or the appearance of corruption" - a look at how cash-strapped cities and states are increasingly turning to those same corporate powers to either name or at least slap their advertising on busses, man-holes, fire trucks, airports, bridges, rest stops, and damn everything else culminating with federal agencies - or risk losing those services.