Campaign probes won't stop finance reform

December 1996
Broadcasting & Cable;12/09/96, Vol. 126 Issue 51, p26
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Reports on Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott's statement that investigations into charges of illegal foreign contributions to the Democratic Party will not delay Senate hearings on campaign finance reform. Start of hearings of the Rules Committee; Impending meeting of Senator John McCain with Lott on his campaign finance reform bill.


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