The FEC and Campaign Finance Law

April 1994
Congressional Digest;Apr94, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p100
Describes the nature of the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and the finance laws on election campaigns. Coverage of federal campaign finance law; Limits on contributions by individuals and groups; Features of the Federal Election Campaign Act and the Presidential Election Campaign Fund Act; Organization of the FEC.


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