NYC campaign law could fall

Filed Under: In the News

Roll Call goes in the tank for reformers

The venerable Capitol Hill publication Roll Call has long editorially supported the cause of campaign finance reform, but typically with a nuance and skepticism lacking from the simplistic editorials of such publications as the New York Times or USA Today, and it has for years covered the issue with reporters such as Amy Keller and others who presented the issue in a fair and unbiased fashion.

Unfortunately, the paper’s recent hiring of Eliza Newlin Carney, formerly of National Journal, to cover this beat casts serious doubt on Roll Call’s ability to continue to provide unbiased coverage of the issue.

Filed Under: Blog

The Kagan Principle

Filed Under: In the News

The Center for Competitive Politics is now the Institute for Free Speech.