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First Amendment case against portion of Alabama's campaign finance law filed

My co-counsel and I filed a new suit against the provision of Alabama's campaign finance law forbidding PAC-to-PAC transfers. The law basically prohibits any transfer between political actors except personal contributions to any group, PAC contributions to principal campaign committees, and limited payments from principal campaign committees to political parties.

Our organizational client uses its funds to run GOTV drives.

The complaint is linked below.

1 Complaint and Appx A

This entry was posted by Edward at 5:19 PM, 06 July 2011 | Categories: Campaign finance


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