“The political network spearheaded by conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch has expanded into a far-reaching operation of unrivaled complexity, built around a maze of groups that cloaks its donors,” the Washington Post reported. Tax filings show that the network backed by the Kochs and other donors raised at least $407 million during the 2012 campaign. “A labyrinth of tax-exempt groups and limited-liability companies helps mask the sources of the money,” the Post reported, but more than half of the money was funneled through the Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce, an organization whose board includes current and former Koch Industries officials.
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