No FEC Regulation of Bloggers, Conservative Leaders Say

Jim Boulet of the group English First has organized a letter by conservative leaders to the FEC, urging the FEC not regulate what Americans say on their websites and blogs and in their e-mails.

Among other things, the letter says FEC regulation of bloggers would be “the equivalent of investigating a Silver Spring, Maryland, barbershop for an illegal corporate contribution because it displayed a ‘Kerry for President’ sign in its front window.”

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