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Connecticut Public Funding Law May Continue in Force During Appeal

Published on August 31, 2009, by in General.

The Connecticut public funding campaign law that was declared unconstitutional on August 27 will continue to be in force, while the state files an expedited appeal to the 2nd circuit. U.S. District Court Stefan Underhill stayed his own decision for two weeks, and the stay will probably be extended. Thanks to David Donnelly for this news.

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  1. This is a total crock. I need to know whether or not to start looking for people to collect about a quarter million signatures to qualify for funding for my run for gov.

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