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  • July 13, 2015 | In the Media
    From the Washington Post: "Christie hires campaign manager and appoints senior staff" by Philip Rucker Morristown, N.J., July 3, 2015: Gov. Chris Christie has hired a seasoned Republican strategist to manage his nascent presidential campaign and has recruited other veteran operatives to round out a senior staff that also will include the top advisers who charted his rise in New Jersey. Ken McKay [RWU Law '96], a well-regarded operative who previously has served as chief of staff at the...
  • April 04, 2014 | In the Media
    From TURN TO 10 (WJAR): "Campaign finance ruling may invalidate RI law" by Bill Rappleye APRIL 3, 2014: The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a limit on campaign donations, saying it is fundamental free speech. For candidates, it means rich people will be able to give to more candidates -- and that's Republican or Democratic. Opponents to the decision fear it will mean more influence for the wealthy, and Rhode Island may have to change its laws to match the new federal standards. The ruling by the...
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    Effect of High Court Ruling Still Unclear in R.I. By Randal Edgar, Providence Journal, State House Bureau The experts and pundits are saying Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling on campaign finance will change the landscape on corporate spending in federal elections, but local observers say there are lots of pieces to shake out before it becomes clear what the impact will be in Rhode Island. [… S]ome observers offered sharp criticism, saying [the ruling] will further pollute the election process —...