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Campaign Infiltration

A federal court in Ohio denied the nonprofit investigative journalists’ motion for a preliminary injunction in a dispute with the state’s election commission, finding that an anti-infiltration statute is constitutional even though it prohibits journalists from gaining information on political candidates by making undercover recordings.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A federal court denied an injunction to a nonprofit for investigative journalism in a dispute with Ohio's election commission, finding that an anti-infiltration statute is constitutional even though it prohibits journalists from gaining information on political candidates by making undercover recordings.

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