Senate amendment a threat to political speech

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Author(s) Vincent Carroll
Source The Denver Post
Date September 9, 2014
Quotes-start.png Remember, Citizens United overturned a law that censored the airing of a political video — a film, for heaven's sake — because it was released by a small non-profit near an election. And during oral arguments, the government's lawyer said, according to The New York Times, that "Congress has the power to ban political books, signs and Internet videos, if they are paid for by corporations and distributed not long before an election." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Amendment should be ratified on the topic Democracy For All Amendment.