Campaign finance slated for action

February 2002
Broadcasting & Cable;2/11/2002, Vol. 132 Issue 6, p7
Trade Publication
Reports the reaction of broadcasters on the decision of the House to hold a vote on campaign finance reform (CFR) in the U.S. Requirement for the broadcasters to sell politicians advertising time at bargain basement prices; Remarks of New Jersey Broadcasters Association executive director Phil Roberts on the amendment; Status of the support for CFR.


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