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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Eugene R. Biagi
The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal of a decision upholding a century-old ban on corporate campaign contributions in federal elections.
Federal prosecutors appealed a judge's ruling that prompted howls of protest from advocates of campaign-finance reform when he declared the law that bans corporate contributions to federal candidates is unconstitutional.
A judge has ruled that the campaign-finance law banning corporations from making contributions to federal candidates is unconstitutional, citing the Supreme Court's landmark Citizens United decision last year in his analysis.
Eugene R. Biagi, said Friday that the office is reviewing the ruling.