May 15, 2012 •
From the U.S. Congress to a town in Massachusetts, reaction to the Supreme Court’s campaign finance ruling is in the news today.
Sen. Baucus’ constitutional amendment to dismantle the Citizens United ruling: “Baucus’ campaign finance amendment gets hearing” by The Associated Press in the Billings Gazette.
“Money Unlimited” by Jeffrey Toobin in the The New Yorker.
“Citizens United: The Untold Story” by Joe Palazzolo in the Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog.
“How a Kennedy Concurrence Turned into a Majority Opinion in Citizens United” by Debra Cassens Weiss in the American Bar Association Journal.
Needham, Massachusetts: “Needham Town Meeting calls for constitutional amendment on campaign spending” by Evan Allen in the Boston Globe.
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