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Role of money in politics

Citizens United still comes up in conversations, almost eight years after the Supreme Court decided that restrictions on political donations abridge First Amendment rights. You can say a lot about that decision, or more precisely, about reactions to that decision. 2,172 more words

Democratic Government

PR Battle of Brittain (Redux)

Facebook deletes post criticising Arizona Senate candidate/former revenge pornster Craig R. Brittain after Brittain reports himself to website administrators

I recently blogged about the PR battles of Craig R. 547 more words

Law And Politics

Kansas Bans Bitcoin Contributions to Political Campaigns

By Grant Ferowich

A Kansas ethics board barred bitcoin contributions to political campaigns made in the form of bitcoin in defiance of Federal Election Commission advisory guidelines. 412 more words

Cryptocurrency

How the Federal Election Commission Could Essentially Shut Down Before 2018

The Federal Election Commission is running low on commissioners.

President Donald Trump on Thursday nominated Republican Matthew Petersen to a federal judgeship, meaning the FEC is poised to putter on with the minimum number of commissioners — four — required to take official action on most anything of consequence. 1,062 more words

Todays Best Political Cart😂😛ns

From The Week.Com:

Todays Best Political Cart😂😛ns


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Center for Auto Safety appoints Jason Levine as its Executive Director

Levine has experience in this line given his past job postings and track record.

On Tuesday, U.S. auto safety advocacy group – Center for Auto Safety – disclosed it has appointed Jason Levine, an an official with a track record in federal government consumer protection agencies as its new executive director. 64 more words

Strategy

Lawyer Who May or May Not Challenge Pascrell Has Raised $750K

Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-9) rarely breaks a sweat running for re-election, with the one notable exception being 2012 when redistricting forced him and former Rep. Steve Rothman, a fellow Democrat, into one district. 529 more words

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