Thanks to Enron's Greed, Campaign finance reform within reach

Shields, Mark
February 2002
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;2/4/2002, Vol. 31 Issue 33, p18
Asserts that the Enron corporate scandal has become the center of political debate and has sparked campaign finance reform. Drive by U.S. House representative Chris Shays against unregulated campaign contributions; Fred Wetheimer's campaign finance reform efforts.


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