Harvard Law Today: Voting rights, big money and Citizens United: Scholars explore issues in election law

Sep 15, 2016

Trevor Potter, former commissioner of the Federal Election Commission, said the Citizens United decision was a failure of understanding and imagination, which resulted in the collision of abstract legal theory with reality. He argued a Court more familiar with political practices, administrative process and the difficulties of legislating might have avoided this collision.

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