Mary Harned writes the following at Human Events:
Sen. Hatch questioned Kagan extensively this morning about the Citizens United campaign finance case. Although he did not raise the pro-life issue, this case, and Kagan’s view of the decision, sheds light on how she would rule in cases involving freedom of pro-life speech.
Kagan says, “Congress made a determination here. And the determination was that corporations had this corrupting influence on Congress. … And we in the Solicitor General office … vigorously defended that statute as it was written.”
She adds, “Now, the court rejected that position … because political speech is of paramount value.” In other words, she claims that, in arguing in defense of campaign finance laws, she was just doing her job.
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