Victory for free speech

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Author(s) Las Vegas Review-Journal editorial board
Source Las Vegas Review-Journal
Date April 4, 2014
Quotes-start.png This ruling will boost contributions to candidates of both major parties, the howls of Democrats notwithstanding. That money, in turn, will fund more political speech. Far from a threat to democracy, more speech strengthens it. And the elimination of the total contribution cap will benefit political challengers; donors have always been inclined to provide protection money to incumbents first. Quotes-end.png

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