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Campaign Finance After Citizens United.

Three years ago the United States Supreme Court handed down its decision in Citizens United. Later, lower courts followed Citizens United in deciding SpeechNow v. Federal Election Commission, the legal foundation for Super PACs. The nation has now experienced mid-term and president elections governed by these decisions. This conference will examine the consequences of Citizens United. Did anything change? Don McGahn is the vice chair of the Federal Election Commission.

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Date:Feb 8, 2013
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