New Lawsuit Seeks to Close Union Loophole

(A massively important case in the cause of fairness and freedom of expression.   – promoted by Paul R. Ferro)

Two businesses owned by board members of the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance have teamed up with the Goldwater Institute to sue the state’s Office of Campaign and Political Finance to overturn the so-called “union loophole,” which allows unions to give $15,000 to a single candidate in one year while limiting individuals to $1,000 and banning corporate donations entirely.

The businesses include Pepperell-based 1A Auto, Inc, a family-owned company run by MFA Chairman Rick Green, and Ashland’s 126 Self Storage, which is owned by Mike Kane.

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