In McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, the majority cited Cause of Action’s amicus brief (page 36):

With modern technology, disclosure now offers a particularly effective means of arming the voting public with information. In 1976, the Court observed that Congress could regard disclosure as “only a partial measure.” Buckley, 424 U.S., at 28. That perception was understandable in a world in which information about campaign contributions was filed at FEC offices and was therefore virtually inaccessible to the average member of the public. See Brief for Cause of Action Institute as Amicus Curiae 15-16.

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Cause of Action’s McCutcheon v. FEC Amicus Brief by CauseOfAction