Malloy, Tara; Smith, Bradley A.
June 2014
Vermont Law Review;Summer2014, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p933
Academic Journal
The article presents the views of former news director at Vermont Public Radio Ross Sneyd, senior counsel for the Campaign Legal Center Tara Malloy, and Bradley Smith, chairman of the Center for Competitive Politic on the campaign finance disclosure law in the U.S. Topics discussed include the U.S Supreme Court case Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (FEC), the McConnell v. FEC and electioneering communications.


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