Montana Supreme Court defies Citizens United ruling

, The National Law Journal


Rejecting a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision giving corporations the right to make independent campaign expenditures, the Montana Supreme Court has ruled that banning such spending is justified given Montana's long history of businesses corrupting the state's political process.

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  • Tea party Rick

    no wonder newt wanted the judges to asnwer to congress, montana sc ios going against the supreme law of the land,m somebody needs to be disbared

  • Skip

    Please provide a cite to the Montana case,or better yet, a link to a pdf of the opinion. Thanks.

  • Robert A.

    Common sense finally prevails, I am still trying to grasp how money talks in the literal sense.

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