The Washington Post: “McCutcheon case could give Citizens United a run for its money in Supreme Court”

The Washington Post McCutcheon case could give Citizens United a run for its money in Supreme Court By T.W. Farnam– McCutcheon could be the new Citizens United.The Supreme Court’s decision Tuesday to hear a campaign finance case, McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, in its next term gives the justices a chance to continue their dismantling …

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SCOTUS Blog: “Campaign Donation Issue Reopened”

SCOTUS Blog Campaign donation issue reopened Lyle Denniston– Giving itself the option of changing its mind on government power to limit campaign contributions, the Supreme Court on Tuesday set the stage for review of the constitutionality of a specific donation ceiling set by federal law, but a larger issue looms in the background   Since the Court’s …

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Huffington Post: Dark Money Groups Free To Spend Money Without Disclosure Again After Appeals Court Ruling

The Huffington Post  Dark Money Groups Free To Spend Money Without Disclosure Again After Appeals Court Ruling Paul Blumenthal September 18, 2012 WASHINGTON — An appeals court Tuesday overturned a ruling issued earlier this year that required independent groups spending money in elections to disclose their donors if they ran a certain type of campaign …

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