Political Money Monitor

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  • Political Money Monitor #31 - December 16, 2002
    * Public Campaign Funding Found Lacking in Arizona
    * McCain-Feingold Regulations Already in Court
    * Ohio Union Grudgingly Refunds Dues for Religious Reasons
    * Michigan Residents Support Paycheck Protection, Right to Work
    * Hillary No Friend of Campaign Regulation


  • Political Money Monitor #30 - June 19, 2002
    * New Campaign Regulations Find Liberal Opposition
    * Next Regulatory Step Already Proposed
    * Oklahoma Right to Work Law Validated by Federal Court
    * Legislative Challenge to Colorado Paycheck Protection Order Turned Back
    * Union-Supported Campaign Regulation Initiative Overturned in Oregon
    * Teachers Union Warned For Discriminating on Basis of Religion

  • Political Money Monitor #29 - February 25, 2002
    * Liberals Already Exploiting Shays-Meehan Loopholes
    * Proposed Legislation Provides for Worker Protections Left Out of New Campaign Finance Regulations
    * AFL-CIO Planning to Increase Member Dues to Fund Political Action
    * New Colorado Paycheck Protection Rule Having Profound Effect
    * Legal Team Assembled to Fight Proposed Campaign Finance Regulations


  • Political Money Monitor #28 - February 11, 2002
    * Campaign Finance Regulation Faces Vote Wednesday
    * Judge Overturns Bush Order on Worker Protections
    * Washington Union Begins Issuing Political Refunds
    * Common Cause Violates Laws It Promotes
    * Secrets of the Oklahoma Right-To-Work Victory

  • Political Money Monitor #27 - December 17, 2001
    * Campaign Regulation a Casualty of Terrorist Attack?
    * Union Asked to Stop Funding of Anti-War Groups
    * Voters Make Oklahoma a Right-to-Work State
    * Support for Campaign Regulation Mainly Rooted in the Media

  • Political Money Monitor #26 - July 12, 2001
    * Campaign Finance Regulation Faces Tough Fight in House
    * Supporters of Increased Campaign Regulation Exposed
    * Congressman Admits Guilt, But Doesn't Seem to Have Learned His Lesson
    * Paycheck Protection Bill Passes in Florida House
    * Black Congressman Against Campaign Reform

  • Political Money Monitor #25 - March 27, 2001
    * McCain-Feingold DOA After Defeat of Amendment to Protect Workers and Stockholders
    * Bush II Reverses Clinton; Restores Bush I's Rule Telling Workers Their Rights Under Beck
    * Paycheck Protection Enacted in Utah
    * Union Leader Admits Big Labor Is Not Listening to Members
    * Stars Stump for More Regulation

  • Political Money Monitor #24 - September 29, 2000
    * Florida Teachers' Union Banned From Soliciting Political Donations in Schools
    * Political Agenda of Teachers' Union Laid Out By Legal Foundation - Complaints Submitted to Government
    * Union Fails to Overturn Michigan "Paycheck Protection" Law
    * Web Site Tracks Trial Lawyer Contributions
    * Campaign Limits in Missouri Found to Violate First Amendment


  • Political Money Monitor #23 - April 28, 2000
    * Big Donor Under House Arrest for 1996 Irregularities
    * Bush Supports Soft Money Ban With Paycheck Protection
    * Hollywood Trio to Cut Back on Political Fundraising
    * New York Senate Race Gets National Attention, Expected to Be Biggest Ever
    * Campaign Regulation Hurts African-American Political Acti
    on


  • Political Money Monitor #22 - August 20, 1999
    * White House Awards Agency Hammering Working Man
    * 1996 Clinton Fundraising "Went Beyond Money Matters"
    * Al Gore Hangs Up on Big Money Calls
    * Bradley Preaches More Campaign Finance Reform Than He Practices
    * Non-Profit Beats Government Attack on Issue Advocacy


  • Political Money Monitor #21 - May 28, 1999
    * Guam Governor May Have Tried to Buy Clinton Influence
    * Teachers Unions Required to Be Honest With Members
    * Teamsters "Will Not Be an ATM Machine for the Democratic Party"
    * Speaker Hastert Calls Campaign Regulation Bill "Unilateral Disarmament"
    * NEA Tramples Internal Movement for Political Choice

  • Political Money Monitor #20 - March 19, 1999
    * Organized Labor Reveals Itself As Far From Charitable
    * "Paycheck Protection" Makes Gains in States
    * Pro-Labor Congressman Becomes Labor's #1 Target in 2000
    * AFL-CIO Plans Almost $50 Million Allocation to Defeat GOP
    * NAACP Engages in Partisan Activity, Violating IRS Code

  • Political Money Monitor #19 - October 30, 1998
    * Oregonians to Vote on Paycheck Protection
    * California State Employees to Learn Their Rights
    * Teachers Union in California Spends Big Bucks on Politics
    * Ohio Paycheck Protection Legislation in Legal Limbo
    * Top Union Political Gifts Almost Exclusively to Democrats

  • Political Money Monitor #18 - September 4, 1998
    * California Teachers Union Caught Cheating
    * New Campaign Regulations Pass in Congress
    * Judge Opens Files on Union Campaign Violations in Washington State
    * Vice President Campaigns for Union Cash
    * Teamster Fundraiser Who Diverted Dues for Pot Initiative Pleads Guilty

  • Political Money Monitor #17 - May 29, 1998
    * Unions Spend Big Bucks to Defeat Paycheck Protection
    * Document Outlines "Mutually Advantageous Relationship" Between AFL-CIO and United Way
    * Proposition 226 Ahead in Latest Poll
    * Reaching Out and Touching Voters -- Often
    * Personal Attacks Gets Ads Cancelled

  • Political Money Monitor #16 - May 22, 1998
    * Proposition 226 Campaign Gets Dirty
    * Congress Waiting for Proposition 226 Results
    * High "Business Community" Political Spending Debunked
    * AFL-CIO Official Endorses "Black Militancy" Conference

  • Political Money Monitor #15 - May 8, 1998
    * Government Official Uses Federal Funds to Oppose California "Paycheck Protection" Initiative
    * United Way's Misplaced Concern for Paycheck Protection
    * Recent Departures Hurt Justice Department's Campaign Finance Probe
    * Court Refuses Member Intervention In Union Settlement

  • Political Money Monitor #14 - April 24, 1998
    * "Paycheck Protection" Initiative Gains Momentum
    * Rogue GOP Almost Hand Debate to Democrats
    * Teachers Union Rehires Dubious Political Operative to Fight Paycheck Protection
    * New York Union Locals Trying to Create "Labor Party"
    * Candidate Faces Penalties for Forging Dead Treasurer's Signature
    * Key Staffers Leave Campaign Watchdog Group

  • Political Money Monitor #13 - April 10, 1998
    * AFL-CIO Hopes to Spend Big Bucks in 1998 Elections
    * Paycheck Protection Popular Among Union Members
    * Wealthiest Americans Miserly on Campaign Contributions
    * Unions Begin Broadcast Campaign Against Paycheck Protection
    * New Releases From The National Center

  • Political Money Monitor #12 - March 27, 1998
    * Wyoming Enacts "Paycheck Protection"
    * Strong Support for "No Taxpayer Money for Politics"
    * AFL-CIO Raises Member Dues to Fight Paycheck Protection
    * Business Association Endorses Paycheck Protection/California Initiative
    * AFL-CIO Asked to Help Stop Anti-Initiative Violence

  • Political Money Monitor #11 - March 13, 1998
    * Worker Protections Gutted in Washington
    * Teachers Union Members Support "Paycheck Protection"
    * Teamster Leaders: Free Speech for Me, But Not for Thee
    * AFL-CIO Leaders Give Secret Testimony About Financial Wrongdoing
    * Pro- and Anti-Proposition 226 Campaigns on the Internet

  • Political Money Monitor #10 - February 27, 1998
    * Talking the Talk, But Not Walking the Walk
    * Upping the Ante for Political Choice in Nevada
    * Union Dues Buys Ohio Democrats New Headquarters
    * AFL-CIO to Earmark $20 Million to Fight Paycheck Protection
    * Campaign Finance Reform Information Center

  • Political Money Monitor #9 - February 13, 1998
    Special California Issue
    * Black Union Official Calls for Secession From Local
    * Kentucky Governor Testifies in Campaign Scandal
    * Monica Lewinsky Helps Democrat Fundraising
    * John Glenn: Scuttled Hearings for Shuttle Ride?
    * Report to Say Clinton Broke Campaign Laws

  • Political Money Monitor #8 - January 30, 1998
    * Black Union Official Calls for Secession From Local
    * Kentucky Governor Testifies in Campaign Scandal
    * Monica Lewinsky Helps Democrat Fundraising
    * John Glenn: Scuttled Hearings for Shuttle Ride?
    * Report to Say Clinton Broke Campaign Laws

  • Political Money Monitor #7 - January 16, 1998
    * Labor Agenda Driven By Campaign Considerations
    * FEC Survey Shows Strong Support for Electronic Filing
    * UPS Fined for Involuntary Atmosphere of PAC Involvement
    * California Initiative Gets Another County Endorsement

  • Political Money Monitor #6 - January 2, 1998
    Special Classroom Politics Issue
    * Lawsuit Settlement Rings Teachers' Union's Bell
    * Washington Teachers' Union Caught Cheating
    * Political Choice Initiative Qualifies for California Ballot
    * Bank Robber Says Campaign Laws Led Him to Life of Crime

  • Political Money Monitor #5 - December 12, 1997
    * Reports Show Incumbency the Key to Campaign Cash
    * California Initiative Receives Strong Bipartisan Support
    * Have the Democrats Hurt Asian-American Race Relations?
    * AFL-CIO Stands By Accused Leader

  • Political Money Monitor #4 - December 5, 1997
    * Governors Plug Political Choice Ballot Initiative While Union Leaders Mug It
    * Charges Delivered for UPS Strike Retribution
    * Union Still Deluging Democrats With "Soft Money"
    * Labor Assumes Leadership of Congressional Democrats

  • Political Money Monitor #3 - November 21, 1997
    * Carey's Out, Should Clinton Be Next?
    * "Campaign Reform Initiative" Passes Major Hurdle
    * Teamsters Cash Helps Legalize Marijuana
    * Group That Prospered By Teamsters Largess Now Too Poor to Afford DC Office
    * Right to Life Takes on Senator John McCain

  • Political Money Monitor #2 - November 14, 1997
    * Filings Show Congress Cannot Operate Under Current Campaign Laws
    * Political Choice Initiative Works in Washington
    * Detroit Poll Supports Political Choice
    * Landmark Legal Pursues Ethics Complaint for Fundraiser Held on Landmark

  • Political Money Monitor #1 - October 29, 1997
    * Congress Ignoring Constituents' Concerns in Campaign Finance Reform Debate
    * California Gearing Up Initiative on Political Choice
    * Senator Kennedy Resumes Accepting PAC Money
    * GOP Campaign Head Upbraided by Frequent Contributor






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