Court deals a blow to free speech

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Author(s) Las Vegas Sun editorial board
Source Las Vegas Sun
Date April 6, 2014
Quotes-start.png Money is not speech, no matter what any court rules. Money can buy speech, such as advertisements, and can amplify speech, but it is a stretch of the imagination to say money is speech. By equating money to speech, the court saying that the rich have a greater right to speech than other people by elevating their right to exercise it one check at a time. Quotes-end.png

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