July 13, 2017
Rep. Matt Cartwright offers an amendment to the House Financial Services and General Government Appropriations bill that strips the rider in the underlying bill stopping the SEC from requiring companies to disclose their political spending or trade association memberships.
March 24, 2017
Stetson Law Review Symposium: Can Corporations Be Good Citizens? How Corporate Law, Litigation, Lobbying and Money in Politics Intersect
February 28, 2014
A Symposium at Stetson University College of Law – Taking Stock of Citizens United: How the Law Has (and Has Not) Changed Four Years Later
Co-Sponsored by Stetson Law Review, the Corporate Reform Coalition, and the American Constitution Society
The Story of Stuff presents, Citizens United v. FEC
June 18, 2013
Prof. Ciara Torres-Spelliscy speaks at the National Press Club on the history of the SEC’s involvement in campaign finance regulation
Prof. Ciara Torres-Spelliscy makes the case for an SEC rulemaking in her closing remarks at the University of Connecticut Law School Conference: The Evolution of Campaign Finance: Citizens United and Emerging Super PACs
Senators Sheldon Whitehouse and Jeff Merkley Press Conference on the DISCLOSE Act
July 13, 2011
The introduction of the Shareholder Protection Act filmed on the Hill featuring in this order: Senator Robert Menedez, Congressman Michael Capuano, Senator Richard Blumenthal, Congresswoman Anna Eshoo and Public Citizen Congress Watch division Deputy Director Lisa Gilbert.