In Maine and Rhode Island, PACs were just denied the right to keep their campaign contributions secret by the 1st Circuit. I don't care about the issue, I have long held that Corporations, Unions and PACs being able to secretly funnel gargantuan amounts of money to candidates who will legislate as per their bidding, is the single biggest contributor to the corruption of our government. Although the majority of Dems, Republicans and even Ron Paul support keeping this method of corruption behind closed doors and conducting "business as usual", I believe it has been the single largest source of government corruption in history (and it is relatively new!). I hope other states and eventually the USSC will follow suit. I would personally, like to know who is buying the candidates that run for office. I wish I could post a link but the American Lawyer charges $1300 a year for twelve issues and their software stops Cut & Pasting. I'm sure it will be verifiable soon. Bravo 1st Circuit!