Good news from Maine:
A federal judge has turned down a request by the National Organization for Marriage to suspend Maine’s campaign reporting requirements for ballot initiatives. But the judge’s decision on Wednesday will have no immediate impact on the biggest contributor to the group that’s trying to overturn Maine’s gay marriage law. The ethics commission voted Oct. 1 to examine contributions by the National Organization for Marriage after it was accused of not reporting the names of many donors. But the commission’s investigation won’t be completed until long after Election Day.
NOM says they will continue their lawsuit and that Maine’s disclosure requirement violates their First Amendment rights.