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Lawof Elec:Lbbyng&PolirAdv (LAW-795EL-001)
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The overall objective of the course is to introduce students to the laws and regulations that govern political advocacy and elections in the United States, to review the evolution of these laws and explore current proposals and initiatives to reforming these laws to increase participation and address corruption and free speech issues. The course will be taught from a practitioner’s viewpoint focusing on the fundamental issues that organizations, candidates and individuals confront in complying with these laws.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
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