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wikipedia - 04 Jan 2019 Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission 558 U.S. 310 (20...
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission 558 U.S. 310 (2010) is a U.S. constitutional law and corporate law case dealing with the regulation of campaign spending by organizations. The United States Supreme Court held (5–4) on 21 January 2010 that freedom of speech prohibited the government from restricting independent political expenditures by a nonprofit corporation. The principles articulated by the Supreme Court in the case have also been extended to for-profit corporations, labor unions and
Greenwich Time - 20 Feb 2019 The strategic discretion of John Roberts
"Derangement syndromes" are proliferating, with three variants linked to Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump: "Bush lied, people died ...
Door County Pulse - 01 Feb 2019 Bills to Watch: Arts in School, Citizens United, CAFO Permits
LRB-1258. This bill, authored by Rep. Joel Kitchens, would require the Department of Public Instruction to report data on the percentage of students in each ...
Sandusky Register - 16 Feb 2019 Kaptur introduces campaign finance reform bills
She wants to ax Citizens United, give free ads to underdog candidates. SANDUSKY — U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Toledo, introduced three bills to reform the ...
Law.com - 19 Feb 2019 Sen. Whitehouse: There's a 'Crisis of Credibility' at the US Supreme Court | New York Law Journal
There are 79 5-4 decisions with no Democratic appointee joining the majority since Roberts became chief justice; and 73 of them implicate issues important to ...
People For the American Way - 19 Feb 2019 PFAW Supports For the People Act Provision Allowing the SEC to Require Public Companies to Disclose Their Political Spending
Among the many democratic reforms advanced by the For the People Act is a critical provision allowing the Securities and Exchange Commission to require ...
Vox.com - 07 May 2018 Citizens United is not to blame for the money-in-politics problem
Liberals should spend less time railing against the controversial Supreme Court decision and more time on local campaign finance reforms.
Vox.com - 08 Oct 2018 Citizens United is fueling outsider candidates
Party-backed candidates used to dominate primaries; now interest group-backed ones tend to win, due to Citizens United.
Newsmax - 20 Feb 2019 Outlaw Companies' Playing Cities for Tax Breaks
One way to enforce such a law might be to levy an additional federal income tax on any corporation getting special tax treatment, with a surtax equal to the ...
The New York Times - 06 Dec 2018 Opinion | After Citizens United, a Vicious Cycle of Corruption
In the eight years since it was decided, Citizens United has unleashed a wave of campaign spending that by any reasonable standard is extraordinarily corrupt.
The Hill - 15 Jan 2019 End discrimination against corporate speech | TheHill
Corporate contributions to politicians do have influence, but influence is not corruption.
ThinkProgress - 20 Feb 2019 One Democrat in the race seems serious about governing, and it’s not Bernie Sanders
Whatever you think of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), the frumpy Vermont senator deserves credit for expanding the substantive ambition of the Democratic ...
Starjournalnow - 08 Feb 2019 This week's Viewpoint letters from our readers
Reader supports 'United to Amend' Editor, Do you know what Super PACs are? They are running our country, so it behooves all of us to know. In essence, a ...
NJ Spotlight - 24 Jan 2019 Explainer: What Is Dark Money and Why Is it Such a Problem?
Groups unfettered by campaign finance regulations are wielding more and more influence on elections. New Jersey legislators are taking steps to regulate their ...
The Nation. - 06 Jun 2018 The Long Road to 'Citizens United'
Adam Winkler's new history argues that the problem with Citizens United is its inability to see the distorting effects of concentrated wealth.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune - 24 Jan 2019 Seidman: Moving toward a 28th amendment
A nationwide effort is underway to overturn corporate 'personhood'
Center for Responsive Politics - 07 Feb 2018 8 years later: How Citizens United changed campaign finance
8 years ago, the decision in Citizens United v. FEC changed the campaign finance system. How did we get there, and how has the system continued to evolve?
The Washington Post - 25 Jan 2019 Sen. Warren says she doesn’t ‘take PAC money of any kind.’ What does that mean?
Warren did not get much money from corporate PACs but she says she's dropping all PAC money. Here are the details.
The News Journal - 04 Feb 2019 Opinion: Big money is undermining the fight against climate change
We need to overturn Citizens United so fossil fuel companies can't tilt the scales in their favor.
Center for Public Integrity - 18 Feb 2019 Inside Donald Trump's army of super PACs and MAGA nonprofits
This article is published in partnership with Public Radio International. Introduction. At the outset of Donald Trump's bid for the White House, he blasted super ...