« Mattel fined over campaign donations | Main | New FEC commissioner and regulations »

Akron's Campaign finance law delayed again

A federal judge has once again blocked enforcement of a strict campaign finance law adopted by the voters of Akron four years ago, the Beacon Journal reports. The law limits contributions to $100 from individuals to council candidates and $300 to at-large council and mayoral candidates. The loser in the 6th Circuit has decided to appeal the 6th Circuit decision to the US Supreme Court. the case is Frank v. City of Akron. The case was decided on 22 May and rehearing en banc denied on 9 September.