“Health-law challenger raises specter of campaign-finance case”

Tony Mauro: ” The landmark Supreme Court arguments over the health-insurance law last week involved a range of constitutional issues, but the First Amendment was not among them. Why, then, did Paul Clement, the chief challenger to the law, keep mentioning Buckley v. Valeo, the 1976 decision that set the First Amendment boundaries for modern-day regulation of campaign financing?”

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