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Ten years after the Citizens United decision, this report asks if opponents’ claims that increased speech through independent expenditures would lead to increased corruption were correct. We find no evidence to support these assertions.
Eleven years ago today, the United States Supreme Court decided Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. The ruling, a major victory for free speech ...
The Institute for Free Speech released the following statement congratulating the Senate on today's vote to confirm Allen Dickerson, Shana Broussard, and Sean Cooksey to ...
New Jersey law allows candidates in primary elections for Congress to include a slogan of up to six words next to their name on the ballot. The law, however, prohibits slogans from naming or referring to any other person or any incorporated entity in New Jersey, unless the candidate receives their permission. Candidates have the right to use the rhetoric and language of their choice in their slogans.Read more Cases Get Help