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_creationDate   April 6, 2014 1:55:02 PM
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Author   Richard L. Hasen
Source   Slate
Date   April 2, 2014
URL   http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2014/04/the_subtle_awfulness_of_the_mccutcheon_v_fec_campaign_finance_decision_the.html
Quote   Third and most dramatically, the court seems to open the door for a future challenge to what remains of the McCain-Feingold law: the ban on large, “soft money” contributions collected by political parties. These contributions were banned because it had become clear that political parties were becoming conduits for access between elected officials and big donors.
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Die Another Day by Richard L. Hasen (Slate, April 2, 2014) (view)

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Topic   McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission
Position_fragment   Supreme Court voted correctly
Position   McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission / Supreme Court voted correctly
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Supreme Court voted correctly

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