Court of last resort for altering fund-raising?

Richey, Warren
November 1998
Christian Science Monitor;11/16/98, Vol. 90 Issue 246, p4
Reports that the United States Supreme Court are considering taking up two cases that could facilitate a rewrite of its landmark decision of 1976 that laid the groundwork for the way politicians raise and spend campaign money. The Cincinnati, Ohio ordinance that limits the amount a city council candidate can spend on a campaign; The Arkansas state law that restricts how much donors can contribute; The future of campaign finance if the court decides to take the cases.


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