Lyle Denniston on the Virginia Contribution Limits Case

Here. I disagree with Lyle, here, as I think he fails to see that under Beaumont, corporate contribution limits are necessary to prevent evisceration of individual contribution limits through the creation of sham corporations. That’s the point I made in my briefs in the San Diego case (where the City’s law applies to all artificial entities, and not just corporations), and it’s the point the Eighth Circuit accepted in Swanson). I also made the point in yesterday’s NY Times.


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