“Voters Overwhelmingly Favor Clearer Political Activity Rules for Nonprofits”

Press release: “Voters overwhelmingly believe that clear rules defining political activity for nonprofits is important, according to a bipartisan poll released today. The poll was commissioned by Public Citizen, which released it in conjunction with the Hudson Institute’s Bradley Center for Philanthropy & … Continue reading

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Justice Ginsburg Reflects on Bush v. Gore, Citizens United and Shelby County

TNR interview of the Justice by Jeff Rosen: JR: And you’ve discouraged separate concurrences. RBG: Yes. JR: Why is that? RBG: The experience I don’t want to see repeated occurred in Bush v. Gore. The Court divided five to four. There were four separate dissents, and that confused … Continue reading

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“Campaign Finance Reform Bill Introduced By Representatives David Price and Chris Van Hollen Last Week”

Democracy 21: On Thursday, September 18, 2014, Representatives David Price (D-NC) and Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) introduced H.R. 5641, legislation to shut down individual-candidate Super PACs and strengthen the laws that prohibit outside groups from coordinating their activities with candidates … Continue reading

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