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McIntyre v. Ohio Elections Commission

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McIntyre v. Ohio Elections Commissionis a 1995 decision of the U.S. Supreme Court that strikes down a Ohio law that prohibited the distribution of campaign literature that did not contain the name and address of the person or campaign official issuing the literature.

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