Center for Public Integrity: Limits unclear on new political party 'slush funds'

Carrie Levine
Aug 3, 2015

"The parties will do what they always do, which is use these new accounts as slush funds to pay for anything they feel like paying for that they can possibly get away with arguing falls within the meager constraints of the plain language of the statute," said Paul Ryan, senior counsel for the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan campaign finance reform group.

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