Regulating Campaign Fundraising
The Constitutionality of McCain-Feingold's "Soft Money" Ban
Sen. McConnell sued the Federal Election Commission to stop the enactment of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, signed into law in 2002, which put limits on how political parties could spend money. The US District Court rendered a split decision.
In This Issue
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Status of Important Cases Before the Highest TribunalRead More
Overview of FEC Implementation of McCain-FeingoldRead More
Summary of Other Cases Consolidated by the U.S. Supreme CourtRead More
Decision of the U.S. District Court for the District of ColumbiaRead More
The Justices Weigh in During Oral ArgumentsRead More
Pro & Con
Do the Soft-Money Limits of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 Violate the U.S. Constitution?