Page values for "Free speech and campaigns"

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_creationDateDatetimeJune 26, 2007 12:41:25 PM
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_creatorStringYaron Koren
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Free speech and campaigns

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TopicPageBipartisan Campaign Reform Act
Position_fragmentStringSupreme Court was right to strike down "Wellstone Amendment"
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Supreme Court was right to strike down "Wellstone Amendment"

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SourcePageChicago Tribune
DateDateJune 26, 2007
URLURLhttp://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/chi-0626edit2jun26,0,1956859.story
QuoteText"Dissenting justices David Souter, John Paul Stevens, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer railed against the decision, denouncing the high cost of modern campaigns and "the electoral leverage of concentrations of money." These laments suggest they think their role is to advance what they see as wise policy. In fact, the job of the court is to assure that laws, however well-intended, comply with the demands of the Constitution."
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Free speech and campaigns by Chicago Tribune editorial board (Chicago Tribune, June 26, 2007) (view)