DAILY CALLER GENERAL ASSIGNMENT & ANALYSIS REPORTER
The Supreme Court struck down a California rule Thursday that required charities and nonprofit groups soliciting financial contributions to disclose information about their donors to state authorities.
In a 6-3 ruling authored by Chief Justice John Roberts, the Court ruled that California’s disclosure rule violated the First Amendment’s freedom of association protections by subjecting donors to the threat of public harassment and intimidation. The decision reversed a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling in Sept. 2018 that sided with California’s attorney general.
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