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Montana Concedes that Law Regulating Content of Campaign Literature is Unconstitutional

On February 3, the Montana Attorney General conceded that the election law under attack in the federal lawsuit Monforton v Motl is unconstitutional. The case has a hearing February 7 in U.S. District Court in Missoula. The law says that if a candidate for state office mentions an opponent’s voting record, the campaign literature must include the opponent’s entire voting record on that issue over the last six years. See this story. Thanks to Mike Fellows for the link.

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