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 December 11, 2014  Court

William Dotinga reports:

Americans for Prosperity, a right-wing political think tank founded by the Koch brothers, slapped California Attorney General Kamala Harris with a federal lawsuit on Tuesday, challenging her push to compel disclosure of the names and addresses of the group’s donors.

The Virginia-based group – which the Washington Post has wryly called “the third-largest political party in the United States” – claims that although the First Amendment and federal law gives political donors the right to remain anonymous, Harris “for reasons known only to her is nonetheless trying to compel disclosure of the confidential Schedule B by nonprofits around the state.”

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