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CASE ENTRY

Doe v. Federal Election Commission

In 2012, [REDACTED] sent a big chunk of money to a corporation, which sent a big chunk of money to a nonprofit, which sent a big chunk of money to a political action committee. That violates campaign finance law, and the Federal Election Commission ultimately settled the case with a fine of $350k on the corporation, the nonprofit, and the PAC, but not [REDACTED]. May the FEC now release documents that would disclose [REDACTED]’s identity, over [REDACTED]’s objections? D.C. Circuit: [REDACTED] loses. Dissent: [REDACTED] should win.


Tags: 2019, Campaign Finance, D.C. Circuit, FEC

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