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The First Amendment, Revisited

The Supreme Court’s recent decision in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission has provoked a lot of critical comment. Much of the criticism has been directed at the majority opinion, which struck down aggregate limits restricting how much money a donor may contribute to candidates for federal office, political parties, and political action committees. 453 more words


Argument recap: One hearing, two dramas

The Supreme Court, in a one-hour, twenty-eight-minute session Tuesday, staged something like a two-act play on a revolving stage: first the liberals had their chance and Justice Anthony M. 59 more words


Everything you need to know about the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court case in one convenient graphic

If you want minute-by-minute coverage on Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, SCOTUSblog has it, but quick and dirty -

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