Secret Documents The fate of the campaign finance law enacted earlier this year is in the hands of three federal judges, who are gathering evidence for a trial. But the documents being submitted for that trial are unusual in that the interesting parts are all obscured from view. NPR's Peter Overby explains why.

Secret Documents

Secret Documents

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The fate of the campaign finance law enacted earlier this year is in the hands of three federal judges, who are gathering evidence for a trial. But the documents being submitted for that trial are unusual in that the interesting parts are all obscured from view. NPR's Peter Overby explains why.

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