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  • Super PACs or campaign finance reform – HA open item

    Lee Hamilton had an interesting observation in his July 28 editorial in the Herald-Times:

    With the rise of super PACs, neither congressional leaders nor political parties have as much influence over fundraising — and hence the “loyalty” it once imposed — as they used to.

    Interesting that Hamilton blames “super PACs” when the real culprit is campaign finance reform. It was campaign finance reform – especially The ban on “soft money” – that served to weaken political parties and enable the rise of the “527 groups” and the Super PACs.

    Do you have an opinion on this or anything else in the news today?

    Post it in the comments!

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