Fee for Service

Kalet, Hank
June 2009
Progressive Populist;6/15/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p16
The article discusses the power of money to influence and change the position of politicians on various issues. It highlights the legislation introduced by Senators Dick Durbin and Arlen Specter titled Fair Elections Now Act which will limit donations of donor to participating candidates at $200. Durbin says the purpose of the legislation is to prevent private money in the political system during campaigns.


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