Zane: Court ruling nothing short of huge

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An op-ed written by T.J. Zane in today’s U-T San Diego discusses the recent favorable U.S. District Court ruling on campaign finance regulations in the City of San Diego, the role The Lincoln Club of San Diego County played in the case, what’s changed and why it’s so important to San Diegans.

Zane is President and CEO of the Lincoln Club. Click here to read his op-ed and here to see a competing piece in the U-T by Gil Cabrera.

Zane and Cabrera “squared off” this morning on KUSI and FOX, discussing their op-eds and the court ruling. Click here to see their appearance on FOX and here to see the KUSI segment.

DISCLOSURE: The Lincoln Club of San Diego County is one of my clients.

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Tony Manolatos is a communications strategist. You can follow him on Twitter or LinkedInYou can hear Tony talk politics and media with KOGO’s LaDona Harvey every Friday at 3:35 p.m. on AM 600 and FM 95.7.
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  1. From today’s SD Reader online: http://j.mp/zYWxck

    “Assembly Bill 1148, a proposed law that would’ve required greater disclosure regarding the financing sources of political advertising, fell two votes short of the two-thirds supermajority needed to pass the California Assembly on Tuedsay. We reported on the proposal in greater detail the day of the vote.

    The bill was supported by every Democrat except Cathleen Galgiani of Livingston. Every Republican, with the exception of San Diego assemblyman and mayoral candidate Nathan Fletcher either voted to oppose it or abstained.

    While Democrats said the law would have helped to ease voter cynicism by making it more clear who was funding advertisements that pushed political positions, Republicans said they believe the law would have restricted freedom of speech. Instead, they proposed lifting state limits on donations directly to individual candidates.”

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