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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.
Plaintiff challenged the constitutionality of the portion of Arizona's Clean Money/Clean Elections system requiring a 10% surcharge on criminal and civil fines.
This case involved a First Amendment challenge to a local ordinance requiring persons who wished to canvass door-to-door to get a permit and display it upon request by the police or person canvassed.