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Recent press releases:

Issue-Advocacy Group Asks Supreme Court to Review Sweeping Montana Political-Committee Law
PRESS RELEASEThursday September 20, 2018Contact: James Bopp, Jr. Phone 812-232-2434; Fax 812-235-3685; jboppjr@aol.com  Issue-Advocacy Group Asks Supreme Court to Review Sweeping Montana Political-Committee Law              Today, Montanans for Community Development (“MCD”) asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review Montana’s political-committee (“PAC”) law, which subjects groups like MCD to onerous entity-based administrative and...
Amicus Brief Advocating Constitutional Definition of Quid Pro Quo Corruption Filed In United States Supreme Court
PRESS RELEASEFriday, July 20, 2018Contact: James Bopp, Jr.Phone 812-232-2434; Fax 812-235-3685; jboppjr@aol.com  Amicus Brief Advocating Constitutional Definition of Quid Pro Quo Corruption Filed In United States Supreme Court             Today, the James Madison Center for Free Speech filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court, urging it to establish a constitutional definition of quid pro quo corruption to ensure cam...
Judicial Candidate Petitions High Court For Right to Campaign
PRESS RELEASEWednesday, July 6, 2016Contact: James Bopp, Jr.Phone 812/232-2434; Fax 812/235-3685; jboppjr@aol.com Judicial Candidate Petitions High Court For Right to Campaign             Last week, Randolph Wolfson asked the United States Supreme Court to review Arizona’s judicial canons that restrict the ability of  state court judicial candidates to engage in ordinary political activities as part of their campaigns. Mr. Wolfson is ...
U.S. Supreme Court Holds Virginia Corruption Definition Unconstitutional
PRESS RELEASEMonday, June 27, 2016Contact: James Bopp, Jr.Phone 812-232-2434; Fax 812-235-3685; jboppjr@aol.com  U.S. Supreme Court Holds Virginia Corruption Definition Unconstitutional             Today, the United States Supreme Court vacated a jury conviction against former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell for alleged corruption, finding that Virginia’s definition of corruption was not a proper application of federal law and was ...
Montana Candidate Contribution Limits Ruled Unconstitutional
PRESS RELEASEWednesday, May 18, 2016Contact: James Bopp, Jr.Phone 812-232-2434; Fax 812-235-3685; jboppjr@aol.com  Montana Candidate Contribution Limits Ruled Unconstitutional             Yesterday, a federal district court ruled that Montana candidate contribution limits were unconstitutional and enjoined state officials from enforcing them.  The limits, adopted in 1994, are very low, with a $170 cap on individual contributions ...