Supreme Court Campaign Finance Ruling
Steve Hoersting and Jamin Raskin talked about the Supreme Court decision on campaign finance regulations, and they responded to telephone… read more
Steve Hoersting and Jamin Raskin talked about the Supreme Court decision on campaign finance regulations, and they responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. The 5-4 decision eliminated restrictions on corporate funding for political candidates and causes, citing that the government lacks the right to “prohibit political speech, even if the speaker is a corporation or union.” close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Brawner, Greta Wodele Host C-SPAN
- Hoersting, Stephen Co-Founder and Exec. Dir. Center for Competitive Politics
- Raskin, Jamin B. Co-Director American University->Program on Law and Government
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