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Supreme Court Voids Aggregate Campaign Contribution Limits

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The U.S. Supreme Court struck down aggregate contribution limits under federal campaign finance law, continuing its line of cases rejecting restrictions on campaign money under the First Amendment.

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  • Who would want to live in country wherein politics were equally influenced by successful entrepreneurs and no-good layabouts on welfare; by responsible married parents and irresponsible singles breeding willy-nilly and dooming themselves and their children to lives of poverty and ignorance; by sober, law-abiding citizens and addled crack hos?

    Besides, since there‘s a George Soros for every Charles Koch, Hillary Clinton might ask: "What difference does it make" how much money our First Amendment allows to flow freely into politics?

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