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Argument: Limits on corporate spending chill free speech

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Supreme Court majority opinion on Citizens United vs Federal Election Commission: "because speech itself is of primary importance to the integrity of the election process, any speech arguably within the reach of rules created for regulating political speech is chilled."

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