Campaign Spending

Dionne Jr., E.J.
September 1999
Commonweal;09/24/99, Vol. 126 Issue 16, p9
Discusses the consistency of United States Senator Mitch McConnell in opposing reform of broken campaign money system. McConnell's assault on the Committee for Economic Development (CED); Proposal of CED to lift the $1,000 ceiling on individual contributions; Release of an opinion-editorial piece from McConnell's office charging the CED with unethical conduct.


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