Guess who's ok'd another loophole

Barnes, James A.
May 1998
National Journal;5/02/98, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p1000
Focuses on the decision released by the Federal Election Commission (FEC) regarding the Democratic National Committee's (DNC) financial transfers to state parties in the 1994 midterm officials. Details on the FEC guidelines; How the DNC scheme violated the campaign finance laws; Implication of the decision.


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