Associated Press: Montana to use corruption ruling to defend contribution caps
Tara Malloy, the deputy executive director of the Washington D.C.-based nonprofit Campaign Legal Center, said the state judges' rulings may help in the defense of the state's contribution limits. However, they don't shed light on what would be an acceptable limit that would allow candidates to effectively campaign while preventing corruption, she said.
"It can't hurt, but I don't think it's going to decide the case," she said.
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