Statement on Dismissal of Markley and Sampson v. SEEC

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Case poses ‘significant’ First Amendment questions Alexandria, VA – The Institute for Free Speech released the following statement in response to a Connecticut court’s ...

Markley and Sampson v. SEEC

CT SEEC Sampson
June 11, 2018   •  By IFS staff   •  , , ,

Can a candidate for the Connecticut General Assembly send a mailer opposing the policies of the governor? That is the question at the center ...

Significant Constitutional and Practical Issues with Connecticut House Bill 5589

April 14, 2017   •  By Zac Morgan   •  , , ,

In particular, H.B. 5589 explicitly imposes a limit on contributions to organizations making only independent expenditures. This provision directly contravenes the universal guidance of ...

Significant Constitutional and Practical Issues with Connecticut Senate Bill 1126 (as Substituted)

April 16, 2015   •  By Eric Wang   •  , , ,

This legislation would treat an expansive universe of activities having absolutely nothing to do with elections as potentially being coordinated spending with a candidate, ...

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