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Florida Association of Professional Lobbyists, Inc. et al. v. Division of Legislative Information Services of the Florida Office of Legislative Services et al. (docket #: 09-154) (2009)

 
IssueWhether a state law that requires disclosure of the identities of those paying for grassroots lobbying -- opinion articles, issue advertisements, and letter writing campaigns -- facially violates the First and Fourteenth Amendments due to vagueness and overbreadth.Whether a state law that prohibits all gifts for the purpose of lobbying facially violates the First and Fourteenth Amendments due to vagueness and overbreadth.
Lower Court 11th Circuit
Briefs
For Petitioner
Cert. Petition (SCOTUSblog)

For Respondent
Brief in Opposition (SCOTUSblog)

For Amicus
Brief amicus curiae of American Center for Law and Justice (SCOTUSblog)

Brief amicus curiae of Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association, Inc. (SCOTUSblog)

Brief amicus curiae of Foundation for Free Expression (SCOTUSblog)

Opinion - Lower Court
Florida Association of Professional Lobbyists, Inc. et al. v. Division of Legislative Information Services of the Florida Office (11th Cir., 2009)

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