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NEFAC / Suffolk Law Panel Looks at How “Citizens United” Affected the 2012 Presidential Election

How did the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark 2010 decision on Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission play out during the 2012 Presidential election?

The ruling that cleared the way for corporate and union contributions to political campaigns changed the financial landscape in ways to be explored during a March 4 panel discussion organized by the Suffolk University Law School’s chapter of the New England First Amendment Coalition.