Judge Cancels Limits on Election Spending

, New York Law Journal


Southern District Judge Paul Crotty Thursday said decisions of the Supreme Court and the Second Circuit left him with no choice but to strike down New York State's $150,000 limit on individual donations to independent political action committees.

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Originally appeared in print as Left With No Choice, A Judge Cancels Limits on Election Spending

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