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July 2001
Broadcasting & Cable;7/23/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 31, p78
Trade Publication
Editorial. Comments on the opposition of broadcasters to campaign finance reform bill in the United States. Prohibition of issue advertisement before elections; Effect of the bill on the broadcasting industry; Claims on the failure to address the campaign finance reform issue.


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