Supreme Court & Campaign Finance Reform

Campaign contributions are often described as the mother's milk of politics — and as legal bribery. In an extraordinary session, the U.S. Supreme Court debates the constitutionality of campaign finance laws. We'll discuss money and politics.


Linda Greenhouse
*New York Times Supreme Court Correspondent

Michael Malbin
*Campaign Finance Institute, Executive Director

Stephen Moore
*President for the Club for Growth, a non-profit fund raising organization in Washington, D.C.

David Certner
*Director of Federal Affairs for AARP

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