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Common Cause v. FEC (92-0249)


On March 3, 1993, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia dismissed this suit by agreement of both parties. Common Cause had asked the court to order the FEC to take action on an administrative complaint but agreed to drop its claim because the agency had completed the investigation and entered into conciliation agreements with the respondents. In its administrative complaint, Common Cause had alleged that seven individuals had each exceeded the $25,000 annual limit on aggregate federal contributions.

Source:   FEC Record— April 1993.