Volume 137 Issue 8 June 2024

First Amendment Note

Drowning Out Democracy

Money in politics. It’s an old problem, seemingly overwritten and unsolvable. Campaigns grow more expensive. Politicians genuflect to large corporate donors. And after Citizens United v. FEC, laws designed to stem political money’s flow seem destined…
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