"The Citizens United decision is outrageous, and I hope that the Supreme Court reviews and overturns its decision. But until the Court acts, there are steps citizens and politicians can take to fight back against this decision.
"First, Congress can pass a law requiring full disclosure. I was a cosponsor of the DISCLOSE Act, which requires donors to disclose who they are and banned foreign-controlled corporations from putting money in US elections. Second, require companies to give shareholders a vote on political spending. Shareholders do not have the freedom of speech to say “no” to the corporate managers right now. Third, adopt public financing. The Fair Elections Now Act, which I also cosponsored, would give candidates public money if they demonstrated voter support for their candidacies. This would free the candidates from dialing for private dollars all the time, reduce donor influence on members of Congress, and give the people the same voice in choosing a candidate as the wealthy and powerful. The Government by the People Act would allow small contributions from everyday Americans to make a real difference in elections. I cosponsored the Voter Empowerment Act of 2013 and support universal voter registration and oppose all barriers to universal registration.
"Finally, I favor re-imposing reasonable limits on campaign spending and contributions by amending the Constitution and empowering Congress and the states to regulate money in elections, and also to clarify the authority of Congress and the States to regulate corporations. Congress must be able to regulate corporate donations to candidates, and spending and political advertising in elections."
Source: Candidate's Website 2016 http://www.sheaporter.com/Issues/2016-09-campaign-finance-reform