Like I mentioned before when I was in high school my Debate Class task was on campaign finance reform <--then it was the size of a city phone book. Took the class the entire year to debate the subject, back in the early 70's. So I cannot imagine what 40 years later added to the phone book size document.
campaign finance reform; Believe me if you want to read something and try to understand it - forget it. I never read anything that was more, complex, disjointed, mind bending, littered with meaningless crap.
Really the only way is to trash the entire system and start all over <-- from scratch.
IMO The big part of the problem is; One law which made good sense, refers you to a amendment - then it refers you to yet another amendment - once you read that it refers you to yet another amendment - you then research that amendment and find it refers you to yet another amendment.
Bottom line; A campaign finance law starts off with good legs and good meaning, after all the amendments, the law ends up being a plugged dead horse that makes no sense.
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