A three-judge panel has produced opinions totaling 1,600 pages attempting to decipher the McCain-Feingold campaign regulation law and decide if it is compatible with this inconvenience from the Constitution: "Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech." "This is what happens," writes George Will, "when politicians expand restrictions on who may engage in political advocacy, when they may engage in it, how much of it they may engage in and what they may say. The task of squaring that policing of speech with the First Amendment invites intellectual corruption."
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