Carney, Eliza Newlin
September 2003
National Journal;9/13/2003, Vol. 35 Issue 37, p2809
Explains that supports of the Bipartisan Campaign Finance Reform Act of 2002 are apprehensive about the outcome of the constitutional challenge to law after the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the issue. Views of supporters of the campaign finance reform law; Views of those who opposed the campaign finance reform law; Change in the stand of U.S. Supreme Court chief justice William Rehnquist on the issue; Importance of justice Sandra Day O'Connor's stand on the outcome of the challenge to the campaign finance law.


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