Speeches and Articles
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- Testimony, before House Administration Committee (re: Regulation of Internet Political Activity), Washington, DC, September 2005 [PDF]
- Testimony, before Senate Committee on Rules and Administration (re: Regulation of 527 Groups), Washington, DC, March 2005 [PDF]
- Testimony, before Committee on House Administration (re: Regulation of 527 Groups), Washington, DC, May 2004 [PDF]
- Article, "The Presidential Election Public Funding Program-A Commissioner's Perspective," Campaign Finance Institute, Task Force on Financing Presidential Nominations, Winter 2003 [PDF]
- Speech, "The 'soft money' and 'issue ad' mess: How we got here, how Congress responded, and what the FEC is doing," (re: FEC's implementations of BCRA), Campaigns & Elections Election Law Compliance Seminar, Washington, D.C., Winter 2003 [PDF]
- Article, "Beyond Silly -- What the Courts and the FEC Have Done to Congressional Reform Attempts" Practicing Law Institute Program, Corporate Political Activities 2002, Fall 2002 [PDF]
- Article, "Obstacles to Effective Enforcement of the Federal Election Campaign Act" (co-authored with Jeffrey H. Bowman) (re:Problems of resources, mandated procedures, and bad court decisions), Administrative Law Review, Washington College of Law at American University (copyrighted 1), Spring 2000 [HTML]
- Article, "Coordinated Expenditure Limits: Can They Be Saved?" (co-authored with Jeffrey H. Bowman) (re: How to regulate truly coordinated activity), Catholic University Law Review (copyrighted 2), Fall 1999 [HTML]
- Article, "Someone Is Not Getting It. Is It the Courts or the FEC?" (re: FEC lititgation stategy), Glasser LegalWorks SeminarsPolitical Activity 2000 (copyrighted), October 1999 (no link available)
- Article, "Is Soft Money Here to Stay Under the 'Magic Words' Doctrine?" (co-authored with Jeffrey H. Bowman) (re: How to effectively regulate "express advocacy"), Stanford Law & Policy Review (copyrighted), Fall 1998 (no link available)
|1 Reprinted from Administrative Law Review, Washington College of Law at American University and the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice of the American Bar Association, Volume 52, Number 2. The article appeared as part of the Symposium: Regulation of Politics at American University.
2 Reprinted from Catholic University Law Review Volume 49, Issue 1. The article appeared as part of the first annual Election Law Symposium at the Catholic University, Columbus School of Law. For information on the Symposium or on submitting articles to the Catholic University Law Review, please see www.law.edu and link to the Catholic University Law Review.