A newly enacted New Jersey law intended to shed light on “dark money” campaign contributions has been challenged in a First Amendment suit by a group funded by conservative activists David and Charles Koch.

The suit, filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey by Americans for Prosperity of Arlington, Virginia, seeks a declaration that the measure known as S-150 violates the First Amendment on its face and as applied.

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