Idea of Banning Books Hangs Over Campaign Finance Debate

Legal Times – “In September, when the U.S. Supreme Court held its second round of oral argument in Citizens United v. FEC, Solicitor General Elena Kagan took the unusual step of backing away from a point made months earlier by a deputy. “The government’s answer has changed,” she said, and it no longer believes that the Federal Election Commission has the authority to restrict or ban books.”

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