Money and Politics: CCP Defends Speech

This week, CCP President David Keating participated in the Intelligence Squared debate “Two Cheers for Super PACs: Money in Politics is Still Overregulated.”  Keating and Reason Senior Editor Jacob Sullum argued in favor, while Campaign Legal Center’s Trevor Potter and Jonathan Soros argued against, the motion.  The debate can be watched here.
In addition, CCP Chairman Brad Smith spoke for NIU’s Presidential Speaker Series lecture “The Impact of Citizens United: The Role of Money in the 2012 Elections,” along with Professor Richard Hasen.  A video of this event can be watched here.

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