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First Take: Big money still finds a way in. Michelle Obama stumps for Barbara Boxer. Billionaire opens wallet for political reform.

October 27, 2010 |  8:10 am

Despite a Supreme Court ruling, corporations have been able to mask campaign dollars by moving them through nonprofits.

Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman shared a stage with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in Long Beach on Tuesday and tangled over the issue of negative advertising.

Maria L. La Ganga searches for details in her Meg Whitman biography piece.

Michelle Obama stumped for Barbara Boxer in Los Angeles Tuesday as Carly Fiorina remained hospitalized overnight.

The political-reform movement in California received a new benefactor as an eccentric billionaire pledged $20 million to shake up the state's political system.

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-- Anthony York