On the April 17, 2014 edition of Peoria PBS station WTVP’s At Issue, LJC’s Jacob Huebert debated David Melton of the Illinois Campaign for Political Reform on whether the government should limit contributions to political campaigns.
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The appeals court said membership helps uphold standards in the legal profession. However, the court noted the U.S. Supreme Court, in light of its recent decisions, might rule against the state of Wisconsin if the case is presented to it.
LJC's Daniel Suhr joined Justin Hart on his Rational Ground podcast to delve into the myriad of cases (including Hart's own) in the fight for free speech during the Covid pandemic.