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Prof. David Skeel analyzes impact of Hobby Lobby Ruling on campaign finance cases in op-ed for The Washington Post

July 01, 2014

“Justice Ginsburg’s impassioned dissent in the Hobby Lobby case warns about the ‘startling breadth’ of the court’s holding that some for-profit corporations have religious freedom rights. She, like Sandra Fluke, is worried about a wave of religious freedom claims by other corporations. But another possible outcome of the case may be more to her liking: Hobby Lobby could eventually force the court to take a more sympathetic stance toward campaign finance regulation.”

Read Prof. Skeel’s full op-ed in the Washington Post: “How Hobby Lobby could make it harder for the Kochs and George Soros to fund campaigns”