Cato Institute Event: Campaign Finance after Citizens United: What Happened? What Now?

In honor of the third anniversary of the Citizens United decision, the Cato Institute is holding an event the morning of January 23rd titled “Campaign Finance after Citizens United: What Happened? What Now?.”

The event, which begins at 9am, features two panels. The first panel, “After Citizens United: Did Elections Change?,” features Robert Bauer (Perkins Coie), Ray LaRaja (Professor of Political Science, University of Massachusetts), and CCP Chairman Bradley Smith.

The second panel, “The Future of Campaign Finance Regulation,” features FEC Commissioner Don McGahn, Lawrence Lessig (Harvard Law School), and CCP Academic Advisor John Samples (Cato Institute).

If you plan on attending the event, please register at this link before January 22nd (there is no fee and lunch is included). If you would like to view the panels but are unable to attend in person, you can watch the event live at this link.

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