A part of the McCain-Feingold reform law is being contested on behalf of wealthy candidates running for Congress.
The issue – whether campaign-reform laws unconstitutionally restrict ads for political documentaries – now goes to a three-judge panel.
A bipartisan bill, introduced Tuesday, would keep Americans from being flooded with automated political phone calls.
Companies have lots of ways to use their money for political influence. Shouldn't shareholders know where those contributions go?
The film's creators dispute a finding that election rules apply to their promotional ads. Next stop: the Supreme Court.
Some 34 of the nation's top corporations have agreed to disclose their political spending.
The Federal Election Commission has vacancies in four of six seats and it hasn't acted on a new ethics law.
Arguments over Indiana's voter-identification law, the most stringent in the US, will be heard Wednesday.