Headlines Tagged with ScotusSuit — 311 headlines found
the Supreme Court has repeatedly rejected the government's attempt to "mute the voices of affluent persons (to) equalize the ability to affect elections." And as to quid pro quo corruption, while the FEC agrees that contributing to nine candidates is non
Oct 9, 2013 USA Today
added Oct 10, 2013 03:46
Against the backdrop of a government shutdown plotted and bankrolled by a small number of affluent industrialists, five U.S. Supreme Court justices appear poised to further emasculate limits on what the wealthiest Americans can spend to influence the pol
Oct 10, 2013 Detroit (MI) Free Press
added Oct 10, 2013 03:33
presidents and party leaders in Congress would still have access to information showing that Mr. Moneybags had maxed out his contributions to every one of the party’s candidates. Wouldn’t such spectacular largess engender the same sense of gratitude -- an
Oct 10, 2013 Los Angeles Times
added Oct 10, 2013 03:29
Congress, not content with having decided — no one knows how — how much is too much to give to a candidate, has decided how many candidates are too many candidates to support.
Oct 9, 2013 Human Events
added Oct 9, 2013 22:44
if McCutcheon is successful the campaign finance system might even become better in terms of transparency and promoting moderation in the nation’s politics.
Oct 9, 2013 Washington Post
added Oct 9, 2013 22:43
The consequences of loosening the aggregate limit could be dire, re-creating "the system of legalized bribery that existed prior to the Watergate campaign finance scandals," warns Fred Wertheimer of the progressive group Democracy 21.
Oct 9, 2013 Los Angeles Times
added Oct 9, 2013 22:39
Sen. Bernie Sanders: "The bottom line here is that if we do not want to move this nation to an oligarchic form of society, where a handful of billionaires can determine the outcome of these elections, then it is imperative not only that we overturn Citiz
Oct 9, 2013 Democracy Now!
added Oct 9, 2013 22:30
PATRICE: McCutcheon Oral Argument: Or, Justice Scalia Explains How $3.5 Million Isn’t That Much Money
1. The oral argument revealed how incredibly dumb the legal landscape becomes under the logic of Citizens United. If you haven’t been following McCutcheon, it’s basically the next logical step in the incremental dismantling of the campaign financing law
Oct 9, 2013 Above the Law (blog)
added Oct 9, 2013 22:28
This “money takes all” environment for elections leads to a government that is less and less representative of small-business owners — and anyone else who hasn't bought their way into the club.
Oct 9, 2013 Crain's Chicago Business
added Oct 9, 2013 22:26
Is the Supreme Court going to invalidate campaign finance laws further in the aftermath of its 2010 decision in Citizens United?
Oct 9, 2013 The Daily Beast
added Oct 9, 2013 22:22