The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor for Senator Ted Cruz today in his appeal of a campaign donation rebate. In 2002 a bipartisan law which limited campaign finance restrictions was struck down as a free speech violation for Cruz. The 6-3 majority ruled that the regulation in question “burdens core political speech without proper justification.” The law had a $250,000 cap in which candidates can borrow and repay after the election for personal loans. The United States Constitution guarantees freedom of speech, which includes the prevention of unjustifiably burdening political expression. Since former President Donald Trump was able to pick 3 Supreme Court Justices who opine more in line with the Constitution, this shows how important voting is to our freedom.