That $750k thing
I'll try to do a little research on it tomorrow so I comment intelligently, as I've been otherwise occupied tonight.
In the meantime, check out Todd Epp's coverage of it from his point of view. And the argus weighs in on it as well.
State law bars corporations from donating to candidates, political action
committees and political parties.
However, corporations can contribute to ballot-question committees, such as Vote Yes for Life.There is no limit on the amount of money that corporations or individuals can donate to ballot committees.
On Thursday, Hunt said he couldn’t talk about who was behind the company and the origin of its funding, citing attorney-client privilege. Hunt is an attorney.
When asked if the money was his, Hunt said no. He did say the money behind Promising Future came from South Dakotans.Both sides of the abortion issue have pointed to their in-state contributors as evidence that South Dakotans support their cause.
Check the references for other opinions. I'll soon come with my own.