“FEC Dismissal of Super PAC Cases Raises Questions About Future Rulings”

Bloomberg BNA: “The Federal Election Commission recently closed two enforcement cases related to alleged campaign finance violations by super PACs active during the 2012 campaign, but the results of these cases provide few clues about how the FEC would handle other allegations against super PACs. In the two cases, the FEC dismissed charges against super PACs linked to unsuccessful Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry and defeated Republican Sen. Richard Lugar (Ind.). The cases were closed in secret votes of the FEC commissioners taken last month, the results of which were quietly released by the agency in recent days.”

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