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This case, filed in July 2003, involved a challenge to Colorado's regulation of electioneering communications.
The Center is representing plaintiffs in two administrative proceedings arising from the 2004 Illinois Supreme Court elections.
A month after the Supreme Court’s decision in McConnell v. FEC, the Sixth Circuit seemed to ignore McConnell in striking down many provisions of Kentucky campaign finance law.
This case involved a challenge to mandatory spending limits for mayor and city council in the City of Albuquerque.
Majors v. Abell was a challenge to Indiana's "disclaimer" law that requires any advertisement expressly endorsing or opposing a candidate for office to explicitly disclose its funders.