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June 25, 2012  •  

Monday Campaign Finance News

campaign finance newsState limits on corporation campaign contributions rejected by Supreme Court” by The Associated Press in the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

Powerful congressman accused of campaign finance violations” by Scott Bronstein and Drew Griffin (CNN) in

Connecticut: “Malloy, legislature make last stab at campaign reform” by Mark Pazniokas in the CT Mirror.

Maryland: “Bartlett fined $5,000 by FEC for inaccurate campaign finance report filing” by The Associated Press in The Washington Post.

Massachusetts: “Massachusetts legislators calling for Constitutional Amendment to reverse Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision” by Michael Norton and Matt Murphy in

New York: “With Cuomo, a New Group Will Push for Publicly Financed Elections” by Thomas Kaplan in The New York Times.

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