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Court ruling a boon to privacy, accuracy

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This week, a unanimous federal appeals court struck a small but telling blow for privacy, free speech and accurate campaign disclosure. In Van Hollen v. Federal Election Commission, the lower court had ruled that organizations making electioneering communications -- broadcast communications that merely mention a candidate's name within 60 days before a general election -- must disclose...

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