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Another Connecticut Public Funding Dispute Goes to Court

Published on July 26, 2010, by in General.

Many judges, both federal and state, have been wrestling with the Connecticut public funding law this month.  Besides the constitutional case in federal court that upheld some parts of the law and invalidated other parts, there have been cases over how the law works for joint tickets of Governor and Lieutenant Governor, and also whether candidates should receive extra public funding even though the provisions for extra public funding were recently invalidated by the 2nd circuit.

Now another dispute is in court.  See this story, which explains that one of the Democratic candidates for Comptroller charges that his primary opponent has been improperly awarded public funding.

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