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McConnell says billionaire donors should remain anonymous

Koch brothers are reportedly planning a fundraising summit this coming weekend in San Diego and under current law they don't have to reveal how much money they raise, who attends or where the money goes. Now ranking Senate Republican Mitch McConnell is sticking up for the Koch brothers. He says their free speech rights need to be protected, but you don't have a right to know what they're doing. Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean addresses whose rights are really at stake when it comes to fundraising for the 2012 election.