WRTL in 2004 a lawsuit against the 2002 McCain-Feingold campaign finance law, which group group restricted freedom of expression. The law prohibited corporations and unions from paying for ads that mentioned a candidate within 60 days of an election and 30 days of a primary. The group filed the lawsuit after it from the ads appeal to the voters Wisconsin ‘s two senators not to require judicial filibuster Bush’s nominees was prohibited. The ads were banned because Feingold was up for re-election. Said, addinghe Supreme Court in 2007 ruled in favor of WRTL and the court’s decision opened a door for interest groups an influential voice in the last days of an election, according to the AP / Google.
In related news, the antiabortion group Wisconsin Right to Life, McCain has secured about a year after the organization and the senator ‘clashed ‘about McCain’s campaign finance law, AP / Google.com reports. ‘McCain supports our position on the issues, and that is what is important now, ‘Dan Pilon, president of WRTL the Board of Directors, added, ‘I learned , if you a fight, it’s over and done and about it. About it. You grudge resentment. ‘Group Political Action Committee supports McCain in April. Continue reading “WRTL in 2004 a lawsuit against the 2002 McCain-Feingold campaign finance law.”