This year marks the first presidential election year since the January 2010 Supreme Court decision Citizens United, which opened the floodgates on corporate political spending. So it’s not too surprising that oversight and disclosure of these practices have been hot topics in U.S. boardrooms both this year and last year.
Fortune: WellPoint faces shareholder ire over political spending
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