YouTube and Campaign Finance Reform

Regulation in the age of information abundance.  That’s what this WSJ asserts relative to campaign finance regulation.

The Constitution was drafted at a time when there were few media outlets, and few people could be heard. Since then, technology has made it possible for everyone to express their views. The cost of expressing opinions continues to fall. Now that speech is no longer expensive, it’s time to return to the Founders’ intention that speech be free and that Congress not abridge anyone’s right to speak.

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