It is of no surprise that Justice Roberts with his little gang of 4 would have ruled this way in light of Citizens United. And like the defenders of public campaign financing have stated thank goodness they did not go any farther. I wonder if Justice Kagan’s written dissent can ever be used in the future to further the cause of proper public campaign reform via judicial or legislative channels. I believe her dissent summed it up best regarding our need to keep corruption at bay with private campaign financing.
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