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"The court really committed itself to what it already said many times before, in fact since Buckley: that the only government interest that's sufficient in this area is addressing quid pro quo corruption, and the court in McCutcheon narrowly defines quid pro quo corruption, which means dollars for political favors," Mr. Najvar said.
Jerad Najvar, one of the lawyers representing Shaun McCutcheon, the plaintiff who challenged the law, said the ruling sets a high bar to show that corruption justifies restrictions on campaign donations.