Wisconsin State Journal: Federal judge orders state to stop enforcing anti-'coordination' law
But Larry Noble of the Campaign Legal Center said Randa’s order likely will be appealed because it contradicts U.S. Supreme Court decisions about the legality of such coordination.
“He refuses to accept what he was told — that the law is not as he wishes it were,” said Noble, former general counsel for the Federal Election Commission. “He keeps trying to limit the application of the law in a way that has never been required by the Supreme Court. The court has never said it is unconstitutional ... when you’re dealing with coordinated activity.”
Added Noble: “I assume this will go to the 7th Circuit, and the 7th Circuit will reverse it.”
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