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Indiana Sup. Ct. interprets political advertising statute

The Indiana Law Blog has a post on the decision last week of the Indiana Supreme Court answering question:

Is the term “persons” in Ind. Code §§ 3-9-3-2.5(b)(1), (d) limited to candidates, authorized political committees or subcommittees of candidates, and the agents of such committees or subcommittees, or does it have a broader scope, and, if so, how much broader?

The answer is "broader."