Can the government restrict people's ability to spend money on speech?
Here are the four rules of free speech and money.
Rule 1: Generally, your right to speak includes the right to spend money to speak. The government can't limit, for instance, a newspaper's budget, even if it thinks newspapers have too much influence over elections and politicians. The government can't stop the National Rifle Association or the Sierra Club from spending money to praise the candidates they like, and it can't...
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