Our newest featured column is by Richard Esenberg, professor of law at Marquette, on the Supreme Court's recent Citizens United decision. Prof. Esenberg, who blogs at Shark and Shepherd, has specialized in topics that include election law, law and religion and the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Having admired his work for a long time, we're also delighted to announce that he'll be joining us here as a blogger. Welcome!
New featured column: "Yes, money is speech"
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