Buckley v. Valeo
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You can't receive unlimited amounts of money for your campaign!
James L. Buckley
It's unfair! I'm going to the Supreme Court to resolve this issue.
Francis R. Valeo
Buckley v. Valeo January 30th, 1976
But Chief Justice Burger, that would violate the first amendment, my freedom of speech!
This man is receiving unlimited expenditures. This needs to be regulated!
1st Ruling: Regulations on individual contributions don't violate the 1st Amendment
2nd Ruling: Limits on total campaign expenditures do violate the 1st Amendment
The Supreme Court has come to a decision...
Impact: Court struck down provisions of the 1971 Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) and upheld mandatory disclosure/reporting provisions
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