“Florida’s Ban on Direct Solicitation Has Significant Implications for Due Process”

Kate Berry for the Brennan Center: In “A Minor Measure with Major Benefits before the Supreme Court?,” attorney Bob Bauerquestions whether Florida’s rule prohibiting judicial candidates from personally soliciting campaign contributions can both be minor in scope and yield significant … Continue reading

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“New Documents: Lerner Objected to IRS Deputy Director Visit to Cincinnati Office During Congressional Inquiries into Tea Party Targeting”

Release: “Judicial Watch today released a new batch of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) documents, including a series of emails from former IRS official Lois Lerner to then-Tax Exempt and Government Entities (TE/GE) Division Deputy Director Joseph H. Grant strongly objecting … Continue reading

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“Groups Have Deep Ties to Campaigns and Parties They Support, Discrediting Key Assumption in Supreme Court’s Citizens United Decision”

Release: Single-candidate super PACs represented 45 percent of all super PACs that spent at least $100,000 during this election cycle, a new Public Citizen report shows. The report is the latest installment in a series Public Citizen began in October … Continue reading

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