Opponents Criticize Bush War Chest President Bush has already amassed more than $150 million in campaign funds and is expected to raise much more. Opponents of Bush, including the liberal advocacy group Public Citizen, want to make the sheer size of his funds a campaign issue, noting that much of the contributions come from groups representing corporate interests. NPR's Peter Overby reports.
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Opponents Criticize Bush War Chest

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Opponents Criticize Bush War Chest

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President Bush has already amassed more than $150 million in campaign funds and is expected to raise much more. Opponents of Bush, including the liberal advocacy group Public Citizen, want to make the sheer size of his funds a campaign issue, noting that much of the contributions come from groups representing corporate interests. NPR's Peter Overby reports.

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