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    Campaign Finance Reform

    Ms. Miller and others briefed reporters on grassroots ideas on campaign finance reform which have not been proposed by the president or members of Congress. They took questions…

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    1996 Campaign Financing

    Participants released a report on some of the major contributors to 1996 congressional and presidential campaigns compiled from Federal Election statistics. They criticized several…

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    Free Air Time for Political Advertisements

    Partcipants discussed the idea of providing candidates with free air time for political advertisements, which would greatly reduce a candidate’s need for large amounts of money to buy…

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    Washington Tuesday Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Campaign Finance Reform

    Guests discussed political action committees and proposals to require public financing of campaigns. Miller recently wrote that election 1994 is the “Year of the…

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    Patterns for PAC Contributions

    The participants discussed Political Action Committee contributions to candidates during the 1994 elections. A pre-election report was released about PAC giving to congressional…

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    Campaign Finance Reform

    This forum on campaign finance reform discussed the possibilities of reform in the coming terms. The United States Senate was unable to complete work on a campaign finance reform…

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    Clinton Administration Review

    In his keynote speech, Mr. Galston discussed President Clinton’s successes and failures during his first two years in office, and speculated on his legislative agenda for the…

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    Ethics and Journalism

    Three media analysts spoke in a panel in a discussion at the National Press Club on media ethics, specifically concentrating on the possible conflicts of interests involved in persons who…

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    Ethics in Government

    The guests discussed the ethical issues pertaining to the presidential transition. The focused on Governor Clinton’s promise to apply stringent rules to the appointment of…

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    Campaign Contributions

    Staffers from the Center for Responsive Politics spoke in a news conference to announce the findings of their report on campaign contributions in the 1992 campaigns. Issues covered by…

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    How Do We Set the System Straight?

    DePauw University, in Greencastle, Indiana, sponsored a forum on the American electoral system featuring members of the media, scholars, and elected officials who discussed the process…

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    American Electoral System

    The DePauw University Center for Contemporary Media sponsored a conference entitled, “Why Are The Elections Over Before the Polls Open?” In the panel discussion on the American…

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    Industry by Industry Campaign Contributions

    The Center for Responsive Politics held a news conference to announce the release of a study of campaign contributions made by political action committees during the 1988 and 1990…

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    Campaign Reform Proposals

    The lively debate by Mr. Wertheimer, Ms. Miller and Mr. Stockmeyer centered around how capaign finances should be reformed and how to restore voter confidence in their…

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    Money & Politics

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    Forum on Campaign Reform

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    Review of Congressional Functions and Votes

    Ellen Miller, the executive director for the Center for Responsive Politics, announced the center’s recent survey that asked legislators and staffers their opinions on the structure…

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