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U.S. Gets Argument Time in California Donor-Disclosure Case

April 5, 2021, 8:04 PM

The U.S. will get 10 minutes to argue before the U.S. Supreme Court when it hears a case later this month concerning a California law that requires charities to disclose their top donors to state officials.

Americans for Prosperity, a Charles Koch-backed nonprofit, and the Thomas Moore Law center argue in Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Rodriquez that the law violates the First Amendment and would cast a chill on nationwide freedoms of speech and expression. California’s Office of Attorney General, in a brief, said that the challenge is unfounded because Americans for Prosperity has failed to prove ...

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