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July 20
After Hours, Debate on Fund-Raising Rages
By ALISON MITCHELL
WASHINGTON -- The sometimes discordant strains of the campaign finance debate have been relegated to the post-prime time evening hours of the House's summer agenda.



June 19
House Votes to Consider 258 Amendments to Campaign Bill
By JILL ABRAMSON
WASHINGTON -- With Democrats maintaining that the Republican leadership was once again trying to delay any final vote on campaign finance, the House voted to open the debate to a blizzard of amendments.

June 15
When $10 Million Is in Trough, Few Will Overturn It
By JILL ABRAMSON
WASHINGTON -- When a single dinner in this nonpresidential election year can fetch more than $10 million, a record, it is no mystery why legislation to overhaul the system of campaign finance is in deep trouble in Congress.

June 12
House Rejects Amendment to Limit Campaign Spending
By ALISON MITCHELL
WASHINGTON -- In the first of what is likely to be a summer of votes on campaign finance, the House overwhelmingly rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would have given Congress and the states authority to set campaign-spending limits.




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