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Arizona Free Enterprise Club v. Bennett Briefs

 Justice at Stake, working to protect elected courts from special-interest influence, filed a “friend of the court” brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case McComish v. Bennett, Docket # 10-239. The case later became known as Arizona Free Enterprise Club v. Bennett when it was consolidated with another case.

A "deluge of special interest money is eroding public trust in America's courts," Justice at Stake warned in its brief, cautioning the Supreme Court that elected courts would be gravely threatened by outside influence if the Court struck down a key provision used in many state public financing laws. 


Merit briefs filed in the case:


Amicus Briefs in Support of Petitioner


Amicus Briefs in Support of Respondents



(Online links compiled with thanks to SCOTUSblog, the Brennan Center for Justice and the American Bar Association. McComish v. Bennett, Docket # 10-239. Consolidated with: Arizona Free Enterprise Club's Freedom Club PAC v. Bennett, Docket # 10-238.)   




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