Handicapping Schumer-Van Hollen’s prospects after introduction

055UtI covers the Center for Competitive Politics’ panel discussion of Citizens United and the potential for legislative action in response to the case on Thursday.

All panelists agreed, though, that in the hyperpolarized political climate, passing the bill into law before November would be highly unlikely. McGehee predicted that if the bill is not moved to the floor by the Fourth of July recess, then it will not be voted on until after the midterms.

Some of my photos from the event are here.

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