The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority on Monday continued a decadeslong dismantling of federal campaign finance limits in a divided decision in favor of Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz.
The 6-3 ruling, written by Chief Justice John Roberts Jr., struck down Section 304 of the 2002 federal Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act that limited post-election contributions to repay a candidate’s personal campaign loans.
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