Politics stifle federal election agency
From: The Washington Times | October 1, 2012
The Federal Election Commission wasn't always so dysfunctional.
Despite a setup that fills its six commissioners' posts with three Republicans and three Democrats, it used to have little trouble conducting oversight and sanctioning dirty campaigns without ending up with the tie votes that have recently hamstrung the agency, leading to ...
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