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    Campaign Finance Reforms and Gun Control

    Senate Democrats Charles Schumer (NY), Sheldon Whitehouse (RI), Tom Udall (NM), and Jeff Merkley (OR) spoke to reporters about legislation to overturn the Supreme Court’s decision in…

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    Role of Money in Politics

    Christian Berg and Meredith McGehee talked about the role of money in U.S. politics, efforts to reform the campaign finance system, and the impact of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens…

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    Political Campaigns, Money, and Ethics

    The head of the Federal Election Commission and two veteran political campaign strategists talked about the roles of money and ethics in campaigns and election laws.

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    Lawrence Lessig on Campaign Finance

    Professor Lawrence Lessig talked about his proposals for a “New Hampshire rebellion against corruption” and for Congress to call a convention to address the influence of money in politics. In…

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    Citizens United Campaign Financing Decision

    Representatives of eight public interest organizations participated in panel discussions on Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. In the case the Supreme Court ruled that the…

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    State Judges Running for Elected Office

    James Oliphant talked about his National Journal article, “When Judges Go Courting.” The piece focuses on the impact to judicial elections in the 39 states that hold elections for state-level…

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    Campaign Finance and Free Speech

    Two legal analysts debated the merits of the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizen’s United ruling that gave corporations and labor unions the ability to spend unlimited amounts of money in political campaigns.…

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    When Money Speaks

    Ronald K. L. Collins talked about his book, When Money Speaks: The McCutcheon Decision, Campaign Finance Laws, and the First Amendment, in which he looks at the Supreme Court’s ruling in…

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    Kenneth Vogel on Campaign Finance

    Kenneth Vogel talked about campaign spending, including the launch of new super political action committees (superPACs) by both Democratic and Republican groups. C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo…

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    Campaign Finance and Free Speech

    Panelists talked about Supreme Court rulings striking down campaign contribution limits, and how the issue relates to First Amendment free speech rights. Topics included a proposed…

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    Hearing on Campaign Finance Amendment

    Politico.com reporter Byron Tau talked about the Senate Judiciary Committee’s previous day hearing on a proposed constitutional amendment in response to the Supreme Court’s campaign finance…

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    Campaign Finance Laws and 2014 Elections

    Bob Biersack talked about the effects of Supreme Court rulings in the campaign finance cases Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission on…

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    Campaign Finance Disclosure

    The Senate Rules and Administration Committee held a hearing on campaign finance law, the first congressional hearing since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling earlier in the month that struck down…

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    Koch Brothers and Campaign Influence

    Dave Levinthal talked about Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and the Democratic party’s campaign against David and Charles, Koch, and their Koch Industries, the second largest privately-owned…

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    Hans Von Spakovsky on Citizens United Decision and the Voting Right Act

    Hans Von Spakovsky talked about the fourth anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission. He also reacted to recent efforts in the House to update Voting Rights…

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    Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission Decision

    Melanie Sloan talked about the consequences in the four years since the Supreme Court decision on Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission. C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news…

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    Citizens United Decision and Future Campaign Finance Laws

    Political scholars examined the consequences of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision on recent elections. They also responded to questions from the…

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    Campaign Finance and Citizens United Decision

    Political scholars examined the consequences of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision and its impact on elections and politics. Former Election Commission…

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    James Taylor on His Involvement in Politics

    James Taylor talked about his background and political views, as well as election laws and reforms, such as a national holiday for voting, voter fraud and identification laws, and the Supreme Court’s Citizen’s United v.…

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    Campaign 2012 Funds and Super PACs

    Kathy Kiely talked about the role money played in the 2012 election, the first national campaign of the post-Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission Supreme Court decision. Topics included the…

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