Campaign Finance Ruling Generates Confusion The Los Angeles Times ran the headline "Soft Money Ad Ban Upheld." But The Washington Post declared "Campaign Finance Law is Partly Struck Down." Host Robert Siegel speaks with NPR's Peter Overby to sort out the recent ruling by a three-judge panel on campaign finance reform.
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Campaign Finance Ruling Generates Confusion

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Campaign Finance Ruling Generates Confusion

Campaign Finance Ruling Generates Confusion

Campaign Finance Ruling Generates Confusion

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The Los Angeles Times ran the headline "Soft Money Ad Ban Upheld." But The Washington Post declared "Campaign Finance Law is Partly Struck Down." Host Robert Siegel speaks with NPR's Peter Overby to sort out the recent ruling by a three-judge panel on campaign finance reform.