Mary Lindsay 
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Re: “Amend-O-Matic and Move to Amend set up shop in KC today

@balbonis moleskine
You have misinformation. Citizens United v. FEC started out to be about the "time" restriction of when Citizens United (a 501c4) could not run "Hilary: The Movie" or ads for it, but that's only where Citizens United v. FEC began.

The decision actually gave corporations and unions the freedom to spend unlimited amounts of money campaigning for or against candidates or issues in elections. The money could not go to the candidate's campaign or party--but could go through an "outside" group (typically Super PACs or 501c4s). The only restriction is that the candidate can't "coordinate" with the candidate or his/her campaign. But it's clear there is no real regulation of that restriction.

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Posted by Mary Lindsay on 10/25/2012 at 8:46 PM

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