McHugh: Campaign Finance Laws 'Weaponized'

Poses threat to political free speech

Senior Legislative Analyst Jack McHugh writes in this month’s Greater Lansing Business Monthly that political free speech is in jeopardy due to the “weaponization” of campaign finance laws by politicians.

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