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20 September 2012

Friday: CSG in Federal Court

By Diana Hsieh

The Coalition for Secular Government's case challenging Colorado's campaign finance laws will be heard in Federal Court tomorrow. The courtroom is open to the public. So if you'd like to attend, you're welcome to do so.

The case will start at 9:30 am, and it will likely last the day. It will be held in the Alfred A. Arraj United States Courthouse (901 19th St. in Denver). It's being heard by Judge Kane in Room A802.

I'm really excited by the potential of this case. I'm a bit nervous too, as I've never testified in court before. Happily, my job is simple: I just need to tell the truth about CSG, and leave the heavy lifting of the legal arguments to my fabulous attorney from the Center for Competitive Politics.

Update: Never mind! The trial has been postponed for complicated (but good) reasons that I'll explain later.

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