The Eleventh Circuit's en banc decision in "United States vs. Davis" highlights a fundamental lack of consensus over the reach of the third party doctrine.
The corporate bill mill has opened up a new front in the decades-long battle for a constitutional amendment requiring a balanced federal budget: high schoolers.
Joseph Neff is an investigative reporter who joined The Raleigh News & Observer in 1992.
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