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Monday, October 11, 2010

Political gift limit blocked - Hawaii News "Two men who went to court to challenge contribution limits and other state campaign spending laws can each give $2,500 to a noncandidate political action committee that supports traditional marriage and opposes abortion and physician-assisted suicide, a federal judge ruled this week.

Jimmy Yamada, of local contractor A-1 A-Lectrician Inc., and Russell Stewart went to court because a state campaign spending law would have limited each of their contributions to Aloha Family Alliance to $1,000 for the upcoming general election.

The law limits contributions to a noncandidate committee from single donors to $1,000 per election. A person may contribute $1,000 for the primary election and another $1,000 for the general, or up to $2,000 per election cycle."

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