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Money is “Property, not Speech”

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State to Continue to Enforce Limits

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Stay of Lower Court Decision Remains Pending Resolution of Appeal

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District Court Judge to Outline Reasoning

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Court Rules Contribution Limits Unconstitutional

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November Ballot

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5 to 4 Decision

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March 26, 2012  •  

Today’s Campaign Finance Top Stories

Keep up with the latest news about campaign finance reform and super PACs with these items from around the country:

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Call by Justice to Revisit Citizens United v FEC

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Super PACs, a new charge against former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, Chicago takes first prize in corruption, and a group in Montana takes on that state’s political contribution restrictions:

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Jim Murry

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Steps down after staff accusations.

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Citizens United

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October 25, 2011  •  

Montana, Political Campaigns, and Social Media

In response to complaints, the state prepares to define and regulate social media in politics.

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