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<div class="hnews hentry item">[[File:f0.png]] '''<span class="url entry-title">[https://www.opensecrets.org/news/2019/05/an-influential-dark-money-group-turns-off-the-lights-for-the-last-time/ An influential 'dark money' group turns off the lights for the last time]</span>''' <span class="updated">May 23, 2019</span>, <span class="author vcard"><span class="fn">Anna Massoglia</span>, <span class="org organization-name">OpenSecrets News</span></span>
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<span class="entry-content">Many of the facets of modern-day society that we now take for granted, such as the multi-million dollar price tag on each Supreme Court confirmation fight, can The name [[:Category:Wellspring Committee|Wellspring Committee]] may already be traced back forgotten — or entirely unknown — to Wellspringmost, but its life's efforts. What Wellspring lacked were certainly not in name recognition, it made up in largesse. Operating behind the scenes, Wellspring leaves behind countless dark money groups it helped sire and judges now on the bench thanks in part to its anonymous financiers' generosityvain.
Wellspring is survived by [[:Category:Judicial Crisis Network|Judicial Crisis Network]] (JCN)Many of the facets of modern-day society that we now take for granted, another 501(c)(4) nonprofit that has established itself such as the preeminent vehicle for deepmulti-pocketed donors to funnel millions of dollars behind or against judicial nominees in million dollar price tag on each Supreme Court confirmation fightsfight, largely bankrolled by can be traced back to Wellspring's efforts. What Wellspringlacked in name recognition, it made up in largesse. Operating behind the scenes, Wellspring leaves behind countless dark money groups it helped sire and judges now on the bench thanks in part to its anonymous financiers' generosity.
Since Wellspring's birth from a short-lived union of the Koch network and GOP political operatives leading up to the is survived by [[:Category:2008Judicial Crisis Network|2008Judicial Crisis Network]] election(JCN), it another 501(c)(4) nonprofit that has accounted established itself the preeminent vehicle for more than 90 percent deep-pocketed donors to funnel millions of JCN's total fundingdollars behind or against judicial nominees in Supreme Court confirmation fights, largely bankrolled by Wellspring.</span><div class="toccolours mw-collapsible mw-collapsed">Wikipedia cite:<div class="mw-collapsible-content"><nowiki>{{cite news | first = Anna | last = Massoglia | title = An influential 'dark money' group turns off the lights for the last time | url = https://www.opensecrets.org/news/2019/05/an-influential-dark-money-group-turns-off-the-lights-for-the-last-time/ | work = OpenSecrets News | date = May 23, 2019 | accessdate = September 21October 15, 2020 }}</nowiki></div></div>
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