Yesterday, I previewed the reargument of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, and now the arguments are in. The transcript is here. Or listen to the audio.
Citizens United v. The Federal Election Commission (a.k.a. “The Hillary Movie Case”) began as a challenge to the distribution of a conservative interest group’s documentary denouncing Hillary Clinton during her presidential … Continue reading “Unlimited Corporate Money in Politics?”
If you have more than a passing interest in “The Bailout” this Washington Post article is worth your time. Condensed highlights: The change to Section 382 of the tax code … Continue reading “Repealing Tax Law by Fiat: Paulson as Dictator?”
Anywhere between 200,000 and 600,000 new Ohio registrations were at issue. A federal district court had ruled that the new registrations would be in question until the Ohio Secretary of State … Continue reading “US Supreme Court Allows Disputed Registrations in Ohio”
Indiana had impressive turnout at its Democratic primary this week despite the April 28th US Supreme Court ruling that upheld the state’s voter photo identification requirement. (See US Legal Reporter April 28th … Continue reading “Effects of Indiana Voter Photo Identification Law”