If the FEC won’t protect voters, the courts should — but it might be up to Congress

The Hill

"As concerns of potential election corruption abound and more secret spending pours into U.S. elections, strong enforcement of campaign finance laws is more important than ever. If the FEC doesn’t protect voters, the judicial system must step up and enforce the law — but Congress must pass legislation that will compel the FEC to do its job," wrote Trevor Potter, president of Campaign Legal Center and former Republican Chairman of the Federal Election Commission.

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