Today is the two-year anniversary of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals’ unanimous ruling in v. FEC, holding that limits on the right of Americans to pool money to pay for independent political advertisements are unconstitutional. That ruling made possible the creation of so-called “super PACs,” which have played a major role in the 2012 Republican presidential primaries. The Institute for Justice is proud to have worked with the Center for Competitive Politics to represent the plaintiffs in, and is committed to defending that ruling in the courts of law and the court of public opinion.


More information:


IJ’s press release about anniversary


CCP’s press release


A brief history of super PACs