Free Speech For People and Loyola Law School invite you to attend a special symposium in Los Angeles entitled: “Corporations, the Constitution, and Democracy”. Click for more details and to RSVP. More
Harvard Law School professor and former White House regulatory director Cass Sunstein has written an important post about the ongoing “conflict minerals” case and its implications for democracy. Read analysis from our legal director, Ron Fein More
A recent National Review article, while purporting to pooh-pooh the influence of big money in politics, actually confirms the existence of a wealth primary.
Free Speech For People President and Co-founder, John Bonifaz joined State senator Floyd McKissick (D-Durham) and Chris Kromm, Executive Director of the Institute for Southern Studies, to discuss money in politics and civil rights with the Durham news show, Capital Tonight.
Free Speech For People seeks to hire counsel and an honors fellow for a new democracy program. More
Free Speech For People joined our Fight Big Money coalition partners to launch a new website today that urges presidential candidates to sign on to the Fighting Big Money agenda. More
Argued less than a week after Citizens United v. FEC, and decided just two months later, the D.C. Circuit’s less-widely-reported decision in SpeechNow.org v. FEC further extended Citizens United and opened the door to what we now call Super PACs. But some argue that SpeechNow, which … More
Click to watch the oral arguments in Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association et al. v. Alex Padilla (Legislature of the State of CA). More
Check out highlights from our panel on “Money In Politics As A Civil Rights Issue” More
This is week number seven in the $64,000 Democracy For All Video Challenge and the latest winner was announced yesterday! More