Laws shouldn’t supersede free speech

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November 22, 2011
Cato Institute
by John Samples  
Posted in Commentary

"In 1969, Congress considered the first of the modern era's many campaign-finance regulations. Major laws followed in 1974 and again in 2002. But now that the Supreme Court has invalidated much of the latter as well as some earlier prohibitions on business and union spending, the end of 'campaign-finance reform' seems near. Many will lament its passing. Fewer will note its failures." (11/21/11)  

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