A modest proposal to help spur real campaign reform

February 1997
Crain's Chicago Business;02/10/97, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p10
Editorial. Comments on the CRAIN'S newspaper's decision to publish profiles of the two state legislators Republican and Democrat, who sponsor and lead the passage of meaningful campaign finance reform by July 1, 1997. Campaign finance system of Illinois; Reference to a report from the Campaign Finance Task Force.


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