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Civil Rights – Elections – Campaign Finance – N.C. Reform Act (access required)

The 4th Circuit strikes as unconstitutional several provisions of the North Carolina Judicial Campaign Reform Act: 1) the statutory attempt to use context to identify communications in support of or opposition to a candidate, N.C. Gen. Stat. 163-278.14A(a)(2), is facially unconstitutional; 2) North Carolina’s use of “a major purpose” test to identify political committees, § ...

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