The US Supreme Court has ordered Montana to abolish historic limits on campaign contributions to comply with its 2010 Citizens United decision. Montana says, "No," insisting that money is already corrupting state politics for the first time in 100 years. Reformers claim Citizens United created this year's Super PAC's and billion-dollar campaigns funded by corporations and wealthy people. Will the Supreme Court take another look, or are "reformers" trying to impose limits on free speech they just don't like?
Free Speech and Government Corruption
- Brian Schweitzer - State of Montana - @brianschweitzer
- Rick Hasen - professor of law and political science at UC Irvine; co-director of the Fair Elections and Free Speech Center - @rickhasen
- Dave Levinthal - Center for Public Integrity - @davelevinthal
- Eugene Volokh - University of California, Los Angeles - @VolokhC