The top story in today’s campaign finance press is the Supreme Court’s decision to hear McCutcheon v. FEC, a challenge to the Federal Election Campaign Act’s biennial limits on individual contributions to candidate and non-candidate committees.  Here are a few key take-aways.

Timing.  The Court’s argument calendar is full for the remainder of

October always means one thing for court-watchers: the start of a new U.S. Supreme Court term.  On the first Monday of that month (when the Term traditionally begins), the Supreme Court typically releases an Orders List denying many of the thousands of petitions for certiorari that have piled up over the summer.  This Term’s list