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Campaign Legal Center and Democracy 21 Sue the Federal Election Commission for Failure to Enforce the Law and Protect the Integrity of Our DemocracyApr 25, 2016
The Commission’s Actions, in Dismissing Five Straw Donor Complaints, Were “Arbitrary, Capricious and An Abuse of Discretion and Otherwise Contrary to the Law”
- Apr 7, 2016
Whitford v. Nichol Partisan Gerrymandering Case to Go to Trial
U.S. Supreme Court Should Reject Former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell’s Claim that Citizens United Sanctions His Acceptance of BribesApr 6, 2016
Allowing Public Officials to Engage in Public Business for Private Gain Undercuts Basic Principles of Our Democracy
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- May 20, 2016
In allowing this case to go to trial, the parties could develop evidence and attempt to develop a workable standard for deciding future partisan gerrymandering challenges in courts across the country
- May 11, 2016
At best, the Supreme Court’s decision in McCutcheon shows that the justices are simply naïve about the way that fundraising works. But the justices can’t claim that we didn’t warn them.
Is Citizens United a Get-Out-of-Jail-Free Card for Bob McDonnell? The U.S. Supreme Court Will DecideApr 26, 2016
On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in an appeal of McDonnell’s conviction on public corruption charges for accepting $175,000 in gifts and loans. Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell is hoping that Citizens United legalized bribery.