Newsweek: As Dark Money Floods U.S. Elections, Regulators Turn a Blind Eye (In the News)

By Leah McGrath Goodman
“By law, it has to be three commissioners for each party, and you need four votes to get anything done. The laws are frequently confusing, and the debates are real,” says Bradley Smith, chairman of the Center for Competitive Politics, a nonprofit organization working for First Amendment rights, who was an FEC commissioner for five years and its chairman in 2004.  

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