Behind Closed Doors, Measures To Reform City’s Campaign Laws Raise Concerns

Jim Dwyer takes a look at “behind closed door” efforts to develop legislation to “make it easier for candidates to amass war chests of public money for future races, or to spend campaign money on expenses that are not permitted by the city law but are for state politicians.

Dwyer’s interesting article  on this New York City Council  initiative appears in today’s New York Times.

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