Reforming the Federal Election Commission A federal judge's ruling on campaign fundraising could have implications for the so-called 527 groups that are playing such a big role in this election cycle. The decision also adds fuel to the growing call for major reform at the Federal Election Commission.
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Reforming the Federal Election Commission

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Reforming the Federal Election Commission

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A federal judge's ruling on campaign fundraising could have implications for the so-called 527 groups that are playing such a big role in this election cycle. The decision also adds fuel to the growing call for major reform at the Federal Elections Commission.

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Peter Overby, NPR correspondent