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Groups join forces to push for publicly funded federal elections (access required)

Four national campaign finance reform advocacy groups have banded together to promote Arizona-style public financing for federal elections. Common Cause, Public Campaign, Public Citizen and the U.S. Public Interest Research Group recently urged congressional 2006 candidates to sign a pledge promising support for publicly funded federal campaigns, said Eric Ehst, executive director of the Clean Elections ...

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