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Connecticut’s Current Battle over Campaign Contributions

By: Lauren Coleman In 2014, Republicans filed a complaint against Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy, alleging that he and the Democratic Party used state contractor funds in violation of state law for Malloy’s campaign.  A legal battle has ensued, raising … Continue reading

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HI: Pay-to-Play Law is A-OK in the Aloha State

By: Mary C. Topic Pay-to-play laws have risen in prominence in recent years, particularly after Citizens United came down. Pay-to-play laws regulate campaign contributions from government contractors, frequently by taking the form of prohibitions on the award of contracts to … Continue reading

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