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“The Supreme Court Might Be on the Brink of Making Corruption Easier – Again”

Important article by Michael Linhorst in The New Republic on Percoco v. United States, a political bribery case that the Supreme Court will hear this term. While the other election law cases on the docket have monopolized much of the conversation, Percoco looms just as large because the Court could potentially undermine public corruption laws. Great insights on this issue from Dean Dan Tokaji, Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, and Fred Wertheimer in the article. Check it out!

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