Less than twenty-four hours after the McCutcheon decision was issued, the Massachusetts Office of Campaign & Political Finance (OCPF) announced that it will no longer enforce the state’s $12,500 aggregate limit on the amount that an individual may contribute to all candidates.  But, no decision has been made about the $5,000 aggregate party limit.  In a brief statement,  OCPF said it is “reviewing the ruling in more detail” before making a decision about its $5,000 aggregate party limit.

At least one state will not be ignoring the McCutcheon decision.