Tuesday, February 2, 2010

More on Citizens United

Harvard Law School has collected the opinions of several Harvard Law profs who discuss the implications of the Court's recent decision in Citizens United. Larry Lessig's position seems sensible to me, though unlike him I am probably a little more concerned about the disproportinate power exerted by corporations during campaigns. Professors Mark Tushnet and Mark Roe discuss the interesting corporate aspects of the decision, while Professor Jed Shugerman highlights some of the lesser discussed parts relating to labor union campaign activity.

Check it out here.

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