That means senators who cosponsored the bill, which was introduced today, have each received an average of over $500,000, while the senators who did not sponsor the bill have received about $130,000. (The analysis does not account for how long senators have been in office.)
Officials with 350.org and Public Campaign contend the numbers show the cosponsors' support comes in part because of the influence of money in politics.
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