McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission

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This is a topic, with start date October 8, 2013 and end date April 2, 2014.

Its theme(s) are United States domestic politics.

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Supreme Court voted correctly

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All items that address this topic (15 total)[edit]

Title Author Source Date
Die Another Day Richard L. Hasen Slate 2014-04-02
Free Speech at Last: McCutcheon Decision Just Right Bradley A. Smith National Review 2014-04-02
Free Speech Wins Big In Supreme Court Campaign Ruling Investor's Business Daily editorial board Investor's Business Daily 2014-04-02
Supreme Court ruling ignores real world of campaign cash The Boston Globe editorial board The Boston Globe 2014-04-04
That pesky 1st Amendment: Liberals’ gripe with free speech Rich Lowry New York Post 2014-04-04
The real danger behind the ‘McCutcheon’ ruling Ruth Marcus The Washington Post 2014-04-04
The solution to money in politics Michael Kinsley The Washington Post 2014-04-04
Victory for free speech Las Vegas Review-Journal editorial board Las Vegas Review-Journal 2014-04-04
Court deals a blow to free speech Las Vegas Sun editorial board Las Vegas Sun 2014-04-06
Supreme oligarchy E. J. Dionne The Washington Post 2014-04-06
Thought money could buy an American election? You ain't seen nothin' yet Gary Younge The Guardian 2014-04-06
Democrats Like Money Only When It's Spent On Them Betsy McCaughey Investor's Business Daily 2014-04-08
How the Supreme Court Blowtorched Democracy and What You Can Do About It The Nation editorial board The Nation 2014-04-08
The war against American citizens Katrina vanden Heuvel The Washington Post 2014-04-08
Why Care About McCutcheon? Mark Bittman The New York Times 2014-04-22