Ted Cruz Wins Campaign Reimbursement Rules Challenge
A three-judge panel has struck down the federal cap on candidates using political contributions to repay personal loans they make to their campaigns, in a case that hands Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz a win and may have broader implications for campaign finance.
The Federal Election Commission had argued the cap was needed to prevent quid pro quo corruption. But the federal judges disagreed, saying the limit restricts free speech.
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