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Friday, November 12, 2010

Campaign ads; 1st Amendment; U.S. Supreme Court; Fair Political Practices Commission; Removing the veil behind campaign ads "We've got to hand it to the clever and hard-working lawyers at the state Fair Political Practices Commission. They dived into the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling this year in Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission — which allowed corporations and unions to spend unlimited sums to support or oppose candidates for office — and emerged with new regulations that will force more big political advertisers to reveal to the public, earlier, who they are and where they got their money."

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