...Smith incorrectly reported that he was co-founder of the Center for Competitive Politics. He is not affiliated with that organization. In...
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...in Citizens United v. FEC. The Campaign Legal Center, an organization that supports campaign finance reform, is coordinating an amicus effort...
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