Forbes has this essay by Paul Sherman, on whether the U.S. Supreme Court will hear Worley v Detzner, 13-333. The case is on the Court’s conference on November 1. The case was brought by four individuals who each wanted to chip in $150 for radio ads against a statewide ballot initiative. Since their total spending would have exceeded $500, Florida law required them to file elaborate campaign finance documents, not only once, but periodically. They argue that requiring such reports for so small amount violates the free speech provision of the First Amendment. Thanks to HowAppealing for the link.