Can corporations claim generous tax breaks for spending money to influence elections?
ProPublica has produced some impressive work on that question that's definitely worth reading.
"The Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision opened the way for unlimited corporate spending on politics and has led to the proliferation of nonprofit political groups that do not have to disclose the identities of their donors. But corporations may be getting another benefit from anonymous donations to these groups: a break on their taxes," reads the ProPublica piece.
Read more here.