Short Circuit listeners may be familiar with occupational liberty cases brought by the Institute for Justice. But perhaps not with the kind of “through the looking glass” case we’re talking about this week, regarding a Chicago public school principal. Madison, Wisconsin attorney Joe Diedrich joins us to break apart the Seventh Circuit ruling. Then, IJ attorney Paul Sherman joins us to share his campaign finance expertise in a case that we don’t see much of anymore: a campaign finance case. It’s a Tenth Circuit opinion that updates the law a bit on campaign finance matters and also features a radio ad that Paul does his best to emulate.

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Biggs v. Chicago Board of Ed.

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