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Op-Ed: Justice Kennedy, Heed Justice Kennedy: Money Buys Influence

, The National Law Journal

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Many people know of Justice Anthony Kennedy's controversial 2010 Supreme Court opinion in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, in which he assured the American people that independent spending in elections cannot corrupt or create the appearance of corruption, and that "ingratiation and access" aren't corruption.

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  • Joel

    Judges, including Supreme Court Justices, have an unhealthy habit of thinking that lawyers and the law should have different rules than everything else.

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