Interview: Court Rules on State’s Campaign Finance Law

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The Second Circuit Court of Appeals handed down an important decision this week that essentially upholds a key provision of Vermont’s campaign finance reform law that limits spending in political campaigns. One person who’s been examining the impact of this ruling is Montpelier attorney Paul Gillies, who served as deputy secretary of state from 1981 to 1992. Bob Kinzel talks with Gillies about the court’s decision.

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