A Goldwater Institute published by Allison Hayward about Arizona’s taxpayer financed elections.
Brad Smith’s warnings, that bloggers and news organizations could risk the wrath of the federal government if they improperly link to a campaign’s website, have hit home. He raises some important questions, in this interview with Declan McCullagh.
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Brad Smith, quoted at DailyKos, says, "Polls show that citizens do not favor those who support regulating bloggers or political commentary on the Internet". Support from bloggers and others who believe in non-regulation of the internet just proved Brad right.
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PRESS RELEASE: March 15, 2006
Bradley A. Smith, Center for Competitive Politics (614) 236-6317
Stephen M. Hoersting, Center for Competitive Politics (703) 682-6359
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In this article, Capital University Law Professor and Center for Competitive Politics Chairman and Co-Founder Brad Smith addresses two 2006 Supreme Court cases relating to campaign finance. Specifically, he argues that the Court is often fundamentally misled about the nature of money in politics. Smith analyzes the factual components of recent cases League of United […]
Filed Under: Contribution Limits, Contribution Limits, Contributions & Limits, External Relations Sub-Pages, Jurisprudence & Litigation, Research, Contribution Limits, Jurisprudence & Litigation, Contributions & Limits, Jurisprudence & Litigation, Vermont
Erik Jaffe, counsel of record to CCP in its amicus brief, predicts which way the opinion will swing in Randall v Sorrell. He feels confident that the Act 64 expenditure limits will be struck down, and the dollar limits on contribution will be found unconstitutionally low.