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Prohibited and Excessive Contributions: Non-Federal Funds or Soft Money

On May 20, 2002, the Commission issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Prohibited and Excessive Contributions: Non-Federal Funds or Soft Money. For more information on this rulemaking go to the searchable electronic rulemaking system. These documents are in PDF format which requires the free Acrobat Reader available from Adobe Systems.

Comments on This Rulemaking

AFL-CIO AFSCME Alliance for Justice
Association of State Democratic Chairs California Republican Party Campaign and Media Legal Center
Center for Responsive Politics Common Cause and Democracy 21 Connecticut State Republican Central Committee
DNC, DSCC, and DCCC Benjamin L. Ginsberg Latino Coalition and the Taxpayer Network, Inc.
Michigan Democratic Party Mindshare Internet Campaigns L.L.C. NAACP National Voter Fund
Senators John S. McCain and Russell D. Feingold and Congressmen Christopher Shays and Marty Meehan Senator John S. McCain
(Late Comment)
Development Strategies Corporation
(Late Comment)
Campaign and Media Legal Center
(Late Comment)
Janice P. Johnson
(Late Comment)
Norma D. Petrik
(Late Comment)

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