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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.
The Center, in its defense of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, focused primarily on defending the portion of the law that regulates campaign advertising by interest groups.
In January 2003, the Center filed an amicus brief in Federal Election Commission v. Beaumont, which involved a narrow exception to the ban on using corporate or union treasury funds for federal electioneering.
This case involved the defense of contributions and other restrictions on candidates for California office under Proposition 208.
This case concerns the constitutionality of California's campaign finance disclosure laws for ballot measure campaigns.