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Eugene Volokh Column on January 23 Decision that Struck Down Colorado Discriminatory Donation Limits

Law professor Eugene Volokh has this commentary about the January 23 decision of the Tenth Circuit, Riddle v Hickenlooper. That decision struck down Colorado’s law that lets contributors give twice as much money to a candidate nominated in a primary (i.e., Democrats and Republicans) than to a minor party, independent, or write-in candidate. Thanks to Jon Roland for the link.

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  1. Demo Rep

    What genius law prof can note ALL of the UNEQUAL MORON ARBITRARY LAWLESS ballot access cases by SCOTUS and the lower courts since 1968 ???

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