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June 4, 2012  •  

Campaign Finance in the News

campaign finance newsA post-John Edwards case commentary: “‘Anything goes’ now in campaign financing?” by Jack Gillum (Associated Press) on

California: “Term limits ballot measure attracts big-money donors, little else” by Stephanie Snyder in California Watch.

California: “State’s top 100 political donors contribute $1.25 billion” by Coulter Jones and Elizabeth Titus in California Watch.

Montana: “Miller campaign donations deemed illegal in Montana” by John S. Adams in the Great Falls Tribune.

New Mexico:  “Coss files complaint alleging governor’s PAC violated election codes” by Steve Terrell in the Santa Fe New Mexican.

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin recall is state’s ‘most expensive election’” by Sam Go on MSNBC.

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