Results — Supreme Court

Legal Filings

CREW Files Comments Criticizing IRS’s Proposed Section 501(c)(4) Regulations

CREW Signs Amicus Brief Defending Aggregate Limits on Individual Campaign Contributions

CREW Files Brief in Supreme Court Arguing DOMA Undermines Ethics Laws

CREW and Other Groups File Amicus Brief Regarding Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act

CREW and Other Groups File Amicus Brief Regarding Montana Supreme Court Campaign Finance Case

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Press

Noah Bookbinder Statement on 40th Anniversary of Buckley

CREW Congratulates September’s Scoundrel of the Month: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)

CREW Congratulates May’s Scoundrel of the Month: Sean Noble

CREW Congratulates April’s Scoundrel of the Month: Chief Justice John Roberts

CREW Calls McCutcheon Decision “Divorced from Reality”

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Blog

Groups Tied to Nonprofit Leading SCOTUS Blockade Regularly Target AG Candidates

The Supreme Court Needs to Be Consistent on Corruption Law

Justice Breyer’s Concern Should Not Free McDonnell

A Campaign Finance Reform Win in Hawaii

In Failed Appeal, CCP Compares Its Fight for More Money in Politics to NAACP’s Struggle

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Video

The Future of the Federal Election Commission - Panel Discussion

Melanie on Al Jazeera’s Empire - “U.S. democracy: The power of money”

Stephen Colbert Takes on the FEC

Chief Counsel Anne Weismann on the Supreme Court Ruling Against AT&T

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Policy

CREW and Coalition Call for Passage of Government by the People Act

CREW Joins Coalition Urging House to Reject Delay of IRS Dark Money Rulemaking

Public Corruption

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Pages

CREW Report: They’d Like to Buy the World with Koch

Craziest Quotes 2014: John Roberts

Scoundrel of the Month February 2013

Scoundrel of the Month July 2012

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