Schumer-Van Hollen’s constitutionality

Hans von Spakovsky discusses the constitutionality of Schumer-Van Hollen in this Human Events editorial.

Congress just can’t seem to stop itself from interfering with our First Amendment rights. As Justice Antonin Scalia said 20 years ago in a blistering dissent in Austin v. Michigan Chamber of Commerce, the case Citizens United overruled, too many think “that too much speech is an evil that the democratic majority can proscribe.”

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