Judge Upholds Maine Campaign Law 

A federal judge has upheld Maine’s campaign finance disclosure law.It follows a lawsuit by an organization against gay marriage.The National Organization for Marriage sued after the state ethics commission found that it was required to disclose the identities of its donors. Maine law says groups that raise or spend more than five thousand dollars to influence elections, have to disclose their donors. NOM donated about two million dollars to a political action committee that pushed to overturn Maine’s same sex marriage law.