Last week, FEC Democrats voted to assert regulatory power over books and films. That means they believe the FEC has the power to censor certain books and documentary films. After the famous colloquy between Justice Alito and the federal government in the Citizens United case, FEC Democrats still have not learned there are limits on the FEC's power to restrict free press rights. The vote was on a motion by Commissioner Lee Goodman to add books and films under the categories of press protected from regulation under the FEC's Press Exemption. Listen to the debate here, at minutes 8:53 - 22:30.
FEC Democrats Vote to Censor Books, Documentary Films
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