Campaign Finance Reform Guests: Anthony Corrado Associate Professor of Government, Colby College, Waterville, Maine Co-chairman, Campaign Finance Institute, Washington, D.C. Thad Cochran Republican Senator from Mississippi Steve Rosenthal Political Director of the AFL-CIO Former, Associate Deputy Secretary of Labor (during the first Clinton administration) This week, Senator John McCain takes his campaign finance reform bill to the Senate. If it passes, the McCain-Feingold bill would ban all soft money, restrict issue ads and prohibit foreign contributions, and that's not all. But are there enough votes to make it law? Join Juan Williams for a look at the debate over campaign finance reform.

Campaign Finance Reform

Campaign Finance Reform

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Guests: Anthony Corrado Associate Professor of Government, Colby College, Waterville, Maine Co-chairman, Campaign Finance Institute, Washington, D.C. Thad Cochran Republican Senator from Mississippi Steve Rosenthal Political Director of the AFL-CIO Former, Associate Deputy Secretary of Labor (during the first Clinton administration) This week, Senator John McCain takes his campaign finance reform bill to the Senate. If it passes, the McCain-Feingold bill would ban all soft money, restrict issue ads and prohibit foreign contributions, and that's not all. But are there enough votes to make it law? Join Juan Williams for a look at the debate over campaign finance reform.

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