Hooray for the House

August 1998
Christian Science Monitor;8/10/98, Vol. 90 Issue 179, p12
Lauds the efforts of members of the United States House of Representatives to pass campaign finance reform legislation in 1998. Why soft-money donations should be illegal; The likelihood that the US Senate will take up campaign finance reform legislation; The fairness of the Shays-Meehan bill to both politicians and citizens; What the bill would change regarding campaign finance.


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