CONSTITUTION, GOVERNMENT - In the 9th Circuit, California Pro-Life Council loses its challenge of provisions of California's Political Reform Act, including the Act's definition of "contribution" and the recipient committee requirements imposed on a multi-purpose organization, such as California Pro-Life Council.
J. Rawlinson finds that the definition of "contribution" is narrowly tailored to further a compelling government interest while the additional recipient committee requirements are not narrowly tailored. California Pro-Life Council v. Randolph
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