Tara Malloy - Campaign Legal Center
Last quote by Tara Malloy
We're not simply talking about these criminal prosecutions. We're talking about the full range of laws that attempt to protect the integrity of government. Once upon a time, for instance, a campaign-finance law could be justified if there was a concern that money could provide influence or access to officials. The Supreme Court in recent years has said, No, no, no, we don't really care if your campaign contribution gets you access or ingratiation or a whole bunch of favors. We think corruption is much more like quid pro quo and maybe even just cash for votes.feedback
Tara Malloy has most recently been quoted in an article called Is the Supreme Court Corrupting Democracy?. Tara Malloy said, “There's a way in which a lot of the Supreme Court decisions have been ever narrowing what corruption means. And McDonnell is one further example of it.”. Tara Malloy has been quoted a grand total of 4 times in 2 articles.
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Quotes by Tara Malloy
Oct 19 2017
There's a way in which a lot of the Supreme Court decisions have been ever narrowing what corruption means. And McDonnell is one further example of it.feedback
Oct 19 2017
The concern of the Court was that the prosecution not define 'official act'–which is what the statute there required–too broadly. They thought that 'official act,' according to the prosecution, was basically anything a public official did by reason of their position or through the resources of their position. And the Court said, No, no, no.feedback
Sep 09 2016
The FEC rules do not specifically address this situation.feedback
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