Finance ruling shows little impact

Goad, Ben
September 2014
Hill;9/3/2014, Vol. 21 Issue 91, p15
The article reports on a study which concludes that the U.S. Supreme Court's regulation governing the campaign funds has no significant impact in the fall midterm elections in the U.S.


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