Dysfunction at the FEC

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The Federal Election Commission, divided between three Democrats and three Republicans, is supposed to regulate the way political money is raised and spent. Next year's presidential campaign is expected to generate more than $10 billion. But FEC Chairwoman Ann Ravel recently told the New York Times, "the likelihood of the laws being enforced is slim" and that the FEC itself is "worse that dysfunctional."




Warren Olney