Daily Media Links 3/21: Wall Street Journal: IRS Scandal: Republicans Seek Details on Lerner Interview, Washington Post: Eric Holder declines Ted Cruz’s request for special prosecutor in IRS case, NPR: Is Organizing For Action Too Close To The White House?, and more…

IRS Wall Street Journal: IRS Scandal: Republicans Seek Details on Lerner Interview By John D. McKinnon House Republicans on Thursday asked the Justice Department to turn over information concerning an interview a former top Internal Revenue Service official gave to prosecutors in recent months, while she was declining to answer GOP lawmakers’ questions. The official, Lois Lerner, is at the […]

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CCP v. Harris: Notice of Motion and Motion for Preliminary Injunction (Eastern District of California)

http://www.campaignfreedom.org/litigation/current-litigation/ccp-v-harris/notice-of-motion-and-motion-for-preliminary-injunction/

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Declaration of David Keating in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction

http://www.campaignfreedom.org/litigation/current-litigation/ccp-v-harris/declaration-of-david-keating-in-support-of-motion-for-preliminary-injunction/

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In the News: Providence Journal: Whitehouse wants IRS to chill speech

By Luke Wachob Apologists for the Internal Revenue Service claim that there is no “smoking gun” linking the targeting of conservative groups applying for tax-exemptions to political bias. It would be more accurate to say that there’s too much smoke and too many guns to single out just one shooter. The IRS was under tremendous pressure from members […]

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Daily Media Links 3/20: Wall Street Journal: A Special Prosecutor for the IRS, The Hill: Union frustration adds to Dems’ woes, Wall Street Journal: Texas Court Agrees to Review Tom DeLay's Case, and more…

In the News Providence Journal: Whitehouse wants IRS to chill speech By Luke Wachob Apologists for the Internal Revenue Service claim that there is no “smoking gun” linking the targeting of conservative groups applying for tax-exemptions to political bias. It would be more accurate to say that there’s too much smoke and too many guns to single out […]

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DSF: Reply Brief in Support of Plaintiff’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction

Here, you can find the complete Plaintiff’s Reply Brief in Support of its Motion for Preliminary Injunction.

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In the News: The Chronicle of Philanthropy: IRS Should Take the Middle Ground on Nonprofit Politicking

By Larry Ottinger However, there may be room for compromise. One of the nation’s leading conservative election-law experts, Bradley A. Smith, has long suggested limiting such activity to 30 to 35 percent of a group’s budget. Mr. Smith is former chairman of the Federal Election Commission and founder and chairman of the Center for Competitive Politics, so […]

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In the News: Albany Times-Union (LTE): Female candidates don’t need handouts

By Luke Wachob If you saw the rally and didn’t know better, you were probably given the impression that campaign fundraising is keeping women out of high office and that providing tax funds for political campaigns will lessen or solve this problem. If that’s true, nobody told the women of Arizona and Maine, where tax-financed campaigns have […]

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Daily Media Links 3/19: CPI: Merriam-Webster makes ‘super PAC’ official, NY Times: Randolph W. Thrower Dies at 100; Ran I.R.S. Under Nixon, NY Times: In Defense of Anonymous Political Giving, and more…

In the News Albany Times-Union: Female candidates don’t need handouts By Luke Wachob If you saw the rally and didn’t know better, you were probably given the impression that campaign fundraising is keeping women out of high office and that providing tax funds for political campaigns will lessen or solve this problem. If that’s true, nobody told […]

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In the News: SCOTUS Blog: Commentary: The return of the Robert Bork “dueling briefs” strategy: Buckley v. Valeo, Susan B. Anthony List, and Ohio Attorney General DeWine

By Marty Lederman But now, in the course of the merits briefing in the Supreme Court, Attorney General DeWine has filed an amicus brief, ahead of the brief he will file on behalf of the state officials, in which he argues that the Ohio statute raises serious constitutional concerns. Unlike in Buckley, the Ohio AG’s amicus brief was not written in […]

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