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Santa Fe Reporter

Paul Smith, senior vice president of Campaign Legal Center, which served as counsel for the city in the case, however, reiterated the position in a statement that “voters in Santa Fe, and in every municipality, have a right to know who is spending to influence ballot measure campaigns. We applaud the Supreme Court for denying review in this case and leaving the decision below in place. Special interests often run elections ads that are deliberately misleading, and today’s ruling means Santa Fe voters will be able to weigh the credibility of those ads and cast an informed vote.”

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