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Public Funding Bill in U.S. House Gains 5 Co-Sponsors in Last Week

Published on February 27, 2010, by in General.

HR 1826, which provides for public funding for candidates for Congress, gained 5 co-sponsors in the last week, and now has 138. No other election-law bill in the House gained any co-sponsors in the last week, except for HR 3025. HR 3025, which requires states to use bipartisan redistricting commissions, gained one co-sponsor last week, and now has 27 co-sponsors.

One Response

  1. Northern Exposure

    Shouldn’t ALL ballot qualified parties in each state be involved in this? It should be “Tri-Partisan” at least!

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