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Confusion bans are content-based so disclaimers must be tried first, court rules

Pursuing America’s Greatness v. Federal Election Comm’n, No. 15-5264 (D.C. Cir. Aug. 2, 2016) I wonder whether INTA is worried about this case.  If not, why not? The Federal Election Commission prohibits unauthorized political committees, like Pursuing America’s Greatness, from … Continue reading

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Confusion bans are content-based so disclaimers must be tried first, court rules

Pursuing America’s Greatness v. Federal Election Comm’n, No. 15-5264 (D.C. Cir. Aug. 2, 2016) I wonder whether INTA is worried about this case.  If not, why not? The Federal Election Commission prohibits unauthorized political committees, like Pursuing America’s Greatness, from … Continue reading

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