Monday, April 5, 2010

Radio Debate on Citizens United

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“All Sides with Ann Fisher”
Tuesday, April 6, 11:20 AM – noon EDT
WOSU, 820 AM Columbus

The topic to be discussed: In a controversial decision this year…“Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission”…the U.S. Supreme Court struck down long-standing federal restrictions on corporate spending in federal elections….We’ll hear two points of view on the issue of corporations as “persons” deserving constitutional rights…and the constitutional basis for the ruling, with Northeast Ohio American Friends Service Committee Director Greg Coleridge…and Capital University Law School Professor and former Federal Election Commission Chairman Bradley Smith.

“All Sides with Ann Fisher” is a live, public affairs talk show, with listener phone calls, on WOSU public radio. “All Sides” is streamed live, podcast and archived at http://www.wosu.org/allsides.

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School Law Clinics Face a Backlash
By IAN URBINA
Published: April 3, 2010
New York Times
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Law school students nationwide are facing growing attacks in the courts and legislatures as legal clinics at the schools increasingly take on powerful interests that few other nonprofit groups have the resources to challenge.
More at http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/04/us/04lawschool.html

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