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This study finds that sham issue ads advertisements masquerading as issue advocacy that plainly support the election or defeat of a candidate are creating massive opportunities for special interest groups to corrupt Wisconsins political process.
Low number of Americans using the $3 tax checkoff may be due to lack of knowledge, not lack of support for public financing.
Suzanne Novak offers constitutional analysis and recommendations for revision of Connecticut's comprehensive campaign finance reform legislation.
A guide to writing state and local campaign finance laws. To download by chapter, see Writing Reform Chapter Downloads.
On November 5, 1999, Chief Judge D. Brock Hornby, of the United States District Court for the District of Maine, issued his much-anticipated decision in Daggett v. Webster, Civil No. 98-223-B-H.