TITLE

Are the State of Missouri's Limits on Contributions to Candidates for State Office Constitutional? CON

PUB. DATE
November 1999
SOURCE
Supreme Court Debates;Nov99, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p243
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses whether the U.S. state of Missouri's limit on contributions to political candidates for state election campaigns is constitutional. Views of the author regarding adverse affects of the limited contribution on political speech of the candidate; Difficulties faced by political candidates in providing proper information to voters regarding their positions; Effects of limited contribution on candidate's ability to campaign.
ACCESSION #
10691072

 

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