The federal suit, Carey et al v. FEC, asks the FEC to acknowledge what the courts have already decided: that any political action committee may make contributions to federal candidates using limited funds while also engaging in independent expenditures using segregated funds raised for that purpose. The FEC has demanded that grassroots organizations jump through burdensome […]
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Here is a copy of the Citizens United v. FEC Supreme Court Decision.
Preliminary Injunction ruling in regards to the Ohio Right to Life Society’s challenge to Ohio’s campaign finance laws.
U.S. District Court order finding “rescue funds” in Arizona’s public-financing system to be unconstitutional
Dissenting opinion of Federal Election Commission Chairman David Mason in the draft advisory opinion for SpeechNow.org.
An opinion by the New Jersey Office of Legislative Services finding that taxpayer-financed campaign’s “rescue funds” are unconstitutional.
District Court’s Order on SpeechNow.org’s Request for a Preliminary Injunction.
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Supreme Court’s ruling in Davis v. FEC