National Organization for Marriage (NOM) v. Sec. State of Florida
Plaintiff filed suit on September 22, 2010, to challenge a Florida statute that requires groups to register and report if they make over $5,000 of electioneering communications in a calendar year. Plaintiff argues that the state definition of “electioneering communication” is vague because it includes the “appeal to vote” test devised by the Supreme Court in Wisconsin Right to Life v. FEC, and that the disclosure requirements are overbroad insofar as they apply to “non-major-purpose” groups.
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