Scrapping Connecticut's Public Campaign Financing Could Trigger Other Problems

New Haven Advocate | September 15, 2009
The fate of Connecticut's new system of using taxpayer dollars to pay for political campaigns is about to be decided by a federal appeals court. And, if part of this public-financing scheme is ultimately declared unconstitutional (as seems likely), it could trigger one bad-ass mother of a legislative brawl.

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