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Center for Responsive Politics v. FEC (93-2250)


This case was voluntarily dismissed as moot when the Commission took action on three complaints the Center had filed with the agency in 1990 and 1991 (Matters Under Review (MURs) 3175, 3249 and 3325). The Center had filed suit to force the FEC to take action but, in March 1994, agreed to suspend the litigation for four months while the FEC worked to resolved the MURs, which concerned excessive contributions.

The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia dismissed the case on July 11, 1994. (Civil Action No. 93-2250 (SSH).)

Source:   FEC Record— September 1994. Center for Responsive Politics v. FEC, No. 93-2250 (D.D.C. Oct. 29, 1993).