Posted on May 25, 2012 (June 17, 2020) Democracy Amendments Share: by Michael Tomasky The Daily Beast May 23, 2012 So 26 states signed on to the various lawsuits against the Affordable Care Act. You’ve heard about those lawsuits if you’ve been living in Borneo for the last two years. So did you have any idea that 23 states (well, 22 plus DC) have signed on to a challenge to the Citizens United decision? Granted, the story is just getting its legs. And yes, I understand that lawsuits against the White House rate as more newsworthy than lawsuits against the Supreme Court. But even so, this is a big thing, and the discrepancy is absurd. There are in fact Americans, real and patriotic and red-blooded Americans, who despise the Citizens United decision, find it un-American and an encroachment on their liberty since it makes the vaunted “playing field” more un-level than it’s been in a century, and want change. Montana has a 1912 law that restricts corporate campaign spending. After Citizens United, the Montana Supreme Court defied the US Supreme Court and ruled that Montana’s law could stand. The state’s attorney general, Steve Bullock, a Democrat running for governor, has banded with other AG’s, including New York’s Eric Schneiderman, to let Montana’s law stand. Click here to read the entire article.