By Scott Wong
Call it DISCLOSE Act 2.0.
After coming one vote shy of passing the campaign finance reform bill in 2010, Democratic senators are giving it another shot. They rolled out a simpler version of the legislation Wednesday that aims to shed more light on who's giving big bucks to super PACs to influence elections.
GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney and the political action committee backing him have outspent the three other candidates combined, according to news reports.