Articles on the Constitution by Eliot Spitzer
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
New York should push for the enactment of a financial-transfer tax at the federal level. Washington should keep two-thirds of the revenue to anchor necessary investments at the federal level, but send one-third back to the states in a literal revenue-...- Link to Cached Version
Friday, September 4, 2009
Two policy objectives drive campaign finance reform: first, limiting the flow of dollars to, or expenditures on behalf of, any candidate in a way that could be—in actuality or perception—a quid pro quo; and second, limiting the impact that...
This article speaks in support of what the Supreme Court found in the Citizens United case, and makes the case that corporations and unions should not be limited in the amount of money they spend on political speech.