‘Money Talks’ report examines future of campaign-finance reform

Tuesday, October 31, 2000

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ARLINGTON, Va. — A new First Amendment Center report,
Money Talks: Campaign Finance and the First
examines the future of campaign-finance reform.

Both Al Gore and George W. Bush have said they will make campaign
contribution limits a priority if elected. Money
is a backgrounder for journalists and others on the
subject, and includes experts forecasting likely reform moves next year, as
well as discussion of how the U.S. Supreme Court may view various types of
limits on individual and corporate contributions, and the use of so-called
“soft money” funds.

A printed copy of the report is available without charge. Send a
written request to: First Reports: Money
, First Amendment Center, 1207 18th Avenue South,
Nashville, TN 37212.