Understanding The End Citizens United

In 2010, the Supreme Court decision on the Citizen United V. Federal election commission brought tremor throughout the American political system. Over the time, the longtime implications as a result of that decision continue to develop, and there has been an unabated opposition to the ruling of the court led by the Political Action Committee End Citizens United. There are several court cases in the previous generations that have changed the political grounds in which the country stands on. Some of these cases include the 1857 Dred Scott v. Sandford, the 1954 Brown v. board of education and many others. With these cases, there was not only an immediate controversy after the court rulings but also but the consequences are ongoing, and the implications are eve felt by today’s generation. They have indeed permanently changed the American political culture.

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The Citizen United case may be as well be compared to such claims in this generation’s Supreme Court ruling, and it will long be remembered. End Citizens United has by now had a philosophical, political effect and can be considered to be a deeply controversial decision that has contributed to an intensive political reposition. The political organizations of our time have scrambled to fight the immediate political effects that have resulted from the ruling as they try to find a legal way of overturning that decision. The End Citizens United was in March 2015 founded to assist in the fight of the ruling. The organization’s name well explains their goal.

The leaders of the End Citizen United have not been timid about the goals of the organization. The leadership seeks to raise funds from the grassroots, and they will use the funds to counterbalance the corporate cash that the Citizens United has set free. Some of the targets in the funding include the Democratic candidates who are in support of the efforts of overturning the Supreme Court’s decision. The weight of End Citizens United is on a process that involves two steps. The first step is to support those candidates who pledge to improve campaign finance laws actively. The second step by the End Citizens United process is to carry out specific efforts that help in overturning the Citizens United.