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“Beyond Corruption Symposium: New Approaches to Money in Politics”

Allie Boldt for Demos: Today the Election Law Journal published Beyond Corruption, a peer-reviewed symposium on money in politics and the Supreme Court. The symposium was guest-edited by Professor David Schultz and contains pieces by several Demos attorneys, including a … Continue reading ?
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