June 29, 2012 •
Let’s wrap up the work week with this campaign finance news roundup:
“Va. appeals court affirms campaign finance law” by Larry O’Dell in CBS News.
“Former DeLay aide pleads guilty in campaign finance case” by Laylan Copelin the Austin Statesman.
“Conservative Super Pacs turn to social media and internet to expand reach” by Ed Pilkington and Amanda Michel in the Guardian.
“Funny-named political committees are proliferating” by Aaron Deslatte in the Orlando Sentinel.
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