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Democratic National Committee v. FEC (97-676)


On July 2, 1998, at the request of the FEC, and with the consent of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia dismissed this case without prejudice and remanded the matter back to the FEC to review the impact of the appellate and U.S. Supreme Court decisions in Akins v. FEC on issues presented in this case.

The suit concerned the Commission's dismissal of the DNC complaint alleging that the Christian Coalition is a political committee.

Source:   FEC RecordSeptember 1998; July 1998; June 1997; February 1997; December 1995