Court Rejects Provision of Arizona Public Financing Law

In its first major campaign finance ruling since the case of Citizens United, a divided Supreme Court today struck down a key provision of an Arizona public financing law. The law allowed candidates who qualified for public financing to receive a lump sum grant from the government if they refused to accept private contributions. It also allowed participating candidates to qualify for additional matching government funds if their opponents who chose not to participate in public funding spent...Full Story
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