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Connecticut: lobbyist sue to overturn ban on their contributions

AP reports: Lobbyists at the state Capitol are suing in federal court to challenge Connecticut's new campaign finance reform law.

The lobbyists say rules banning them from making campaign contributions are unconstitutional. -- Wtnh.com, Connecticut News and Weather - Lobbyists challenge constitutionality of state campaign finance law

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