March 19, 2002

IMPEACH 'EM ALL; LET GOD SORT THE DEAD : Campaign Bill's Chief Foe Hints of a Short Debate (ALISON MITCHELL, March 19, 2002, NY Times)

The campaign finance legislation, which would become effective after the November elections, would make the most comprehensive changes in
the campaign finance law since the Watergate era. Besides banning the acceptance of soft money by the national parties, the bill would put
restrictions on thinly veiled campaign commercials by outside groups 30 days before a primary election and 60 days before a general election.

Posted by Orrin Judd at March 19, 2002 11:26 AM
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