Granny D & Campaign Finance Reform

90-year-old Doris Haddock has been walking across America for over a year now, trying to draw attention to the impact big money has on politics. Weekend All Things Considered first spoke with her when she set out from California on New Year's Day, 1999. Now, thirty miles from Washington, we have a chance to walk with her, and hear what she intends to say when she speaks at the Capitol on Tuesday. (NOTE: You can follow along on her Web site:



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