James Bopp

Bopp Law Firm

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Election law attorney based in Terre Haute, Indiana

James Bopp on KCRW

By a vote of five to four, the  US Supreme Court  has taken another swipe at 40-year-old Watergate Era reforms designed to restrain the power of money in politics.

Does Campaign Finance Reform Have a Future?

By a vote of five to four, the US Supreme Court has taken another swipe at 40-year-old Watergate Era reforms designed to restrain the power of money in politics.

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Since the  US Supreme Court  declared that private spending is a form of free speech, political campaigns have been as much about money as anything else.

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Since the US Supreme Court declared that private spending is a form of free speech, political campaigns have been as much about money as anything else.

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