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U.S. District Court Strikes Down Montana Contribution Limits for State Office

Published on October 3, 2012, by in General.

On October 3, U.S. District Court Judge Charles Lovell enjoined Montana’s contribution limits for state office, which are $130 for legislature, and $500 for Governor/Lieutenant Governor. Here is the brief five-page order, which does not explain the judge’s reasoning; that will come later. However, it is clear that the basis is that the limits are too low. The case is Lair v Murry, cv 12-12. The decision also enjoins the limits on how much political parties may give to their own nominees. Thanks to Rick Hasen for this news.

2 Responses

  1. Will Fenwick

    Those limits were insanely low! $130 campaign contribution limit is nuts!

  2. Demo Rep

    IF the EVIL incumbents had their EVIL way, then the limit would be 1 cent.

    What day did ALL gerrymander incumbents become the ENEMIES of the People ???

    4 July 1776 or later ???
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    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

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