Wagner v. FEC Other Links

In the News: Daily Caller: ‘Avengers’ of campaign finance

Daily Caller: ‘Avengers’ of campaign finance By Zac Morgan and Joe Trotter If campaign finance laws exist in the movies, Iron Man can contribute to whatever candidate or party he wants, but the Incredible Hulk cannot. In fact, if the Hulk makes a contribution, he could face a prison sentence of up to five years […]

Filed Under: Blog, Current Case, In the News, In the News Our Cases, Litigation Blog/Press Releases, Published Articles, Wagner v. FEC Other Links

“Federal Contractors Shouldn’t Lose First Amendment Rights”

Ilya Shapiro and Trevor Burrus of the Cato Institute write about the lawsuit challenging the ban on federal contractors from making political contributions: From the Boston Tea Party of 1773 to today’s Tea Party movement, from suffragettes to Occupiers, freedom of political association has always been this country’s hallmark. Importantly, this First Amendment freedom extends to campaign […]

Filed Under: Blog, Current Case, Litigation Blog/Press Releases, Wagner v. FEC Other Links

In the News: Cato Institute: Federal Contractors Shouldn’t Lose First Amendment Rights

Ilya Shapiro and Trevor Burrus of the Cato Institute write about the lawsuit challenging the ban on federal contractors from making political contributions: From the Boston Tea Party of 1773 to today’s Tea Party movement, from suffragettes to Occupiers, freedom of political association has always been this country’s hallmark. Importantly, this First Amendment freedom extends […]

Filed Under: Current Case, In the News, In the News Our Cases, Litigation Blog/Press Releases, Quotes CCP, Wagner v. FEC Other Links

Groups File Brief Supporting Challenge to Contractor Donation Ban

Center for Competitive Politics, Cato, Urge Court to Use Strict Scrutiny For Immediate Release July 11, 2013 Contact: Joe Trotter 210-352-0055 (Cell) Alexandria, Va – The Center for Competitive Politics (CCP) and the Cato Institute filed a joint friend-of-the-court brief Wednesday urging that strict scrutiny be applied to a law that bans four individuals with […]

Filed Under: Current Case, Litigation Blog/Press Releases, Newsroom, Press Releases, Wagner v. FEC Other Links

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