SCOTUS Blog: Court to hear major new controversies — next Term (In the News)

Lyle Denniston

Again without an explanation, the Court refused to hear a Delaware group’s challenge to a new state law requiring the public disclosure of information about people who gave money to an organization that sought to put out a guide for voters.  In Delaware Strong Families v. Denn, Justice Thomas wrote a dissenting opinion for himself alone, arguing that the Court should now reconsider its support for compelled disclosure rules for political donors.  Justice Alito separately noted simply that he would have granted review of the Delaware group’s petition.

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