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  • Bill Clinton's Wall Street cash puts wife in an ethical spot

    WASHINGTON Former President Bill Clinton flew to Nashville, Tenn., in February to earn a fast $225,000 for sharing his insights with a private gathering of wealthy clients of Switzerland's largest bank.
  • Senate Democrats Reject Campaign Finance Overhaul

    On a party line vote Tuesday, the Democrat-controlled state Senate rejected a proposal that would have limited wealthy donors' ability to inject money into publicly-funded campaigns.  The legislation cleared the state House of Representatives last...

    Campaign finance law: America's unfunny joke

    Campaign finance law: America's unfunny joke
    These days, every presidential candidate must have a slush fund. Can you match the following candidates — Jeb Bush, Martin O'Malley and Scott Walker — with their personal super PAC or 527 group? The choices are: O'Say Can You See, Right to...

    Election commission releases Guinta investigation files

    Two members of U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta's family appear to contradict his claims about $355,000 he spent on his 2010 campaign, according to Federal Election Commission documents released Tuesday. Over the years, the New Hampshire Republican flatly denied...

    Q&A: What's next in the Dennis Hastert hush-money case

    The federal judge presiding over former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert's hush-money case donated money to the then-Illinois congressman, but he has not said whether he'll recuse himself. That's one of several outstanding issues as Hastert prepares to...