Supreme Court to hear challenge from Sen. Ted Cruz that may undermine campaign finance law
"Whenever a campaign finance case goes to the Supreme Court, particularly the court as currently constituted, it gives them an opportunity to create broader principles that might affect other campaign finance cases," said Tara Malloy, a senior director at the Campaign Legal Center. "It's sort of a death by a thousand cuts," she said. "If the government has to somehow show 100 cases of bribery by loan repayments [to enforce the BCRA's provisions], that's going to be a bar that the government can never clear."
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