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Removing a major source of low-cost political advertising from Twitter harms those who don't yet have a large audience but are looking for an ...
At a time when everyone’s contributions over $200 are just a few clicks away, disclosure laws created in a pre-internet era deserve a second ...
The country deserves a functioning campaign finance agency, especially as we head into the 2020 campaign season.
The Honest Ads Act is a needless sacrifice of First Amendment rights, not a serious effort to secure elections.
The U.S. boasts one of the most robust civil societies in the world. Don't put that at risk in order to serve the shortsighted ...
The consistent theme throughout plans such as Warren’s is that the federal government should be more muscular and more active in limiting political participation.
This tendency to view every political act that one finds unsavory or disagreeable as a campaign finance violation has far-reaching and extremely harmful consequences ...
The summer of 2019 was the summer of harassment for people who support candidates and causes.
There is ample space to be found between striking down every limit no matter how high and permitting any limit no matter how low.
Oregon should remain a leader in free speech, not fall back to the pack.
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