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Supreme Court to review campaign finance law

WASHINGTON — Less than a year after removing most limits on election spending by corporations and organized labor, the Supreme Court is signaling trouble for another campaign law that aims to curtail the political power of big money. The court ...

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Ehrlich raised $7.4 million for his campaign for Md. governor

Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. spent $2.15 million in the final two weeks of the campaign, according to a spending report filed Tuesday with the state. Gov. Martin O’Malley’s final report hasn’t been posted yet. It had to be ...

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Campaign finance group debates loopholes

Loopholes in Maryland’s campaign finance system allow candidates to circumvent restrictions on the amount of money they can receive, said members of a bipartisan panel tasked with recommending systemic changes. The 12-member task force, created by Attorney General Douglas F. ...

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Ehrlich raises more than $725K for Md. governor’s race

The latest round of campaign finance reports aren’t due to the Board of Elections until late Friday night, but former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is already touting his latest fundraising effort. He raised $725,505 in the most recent reporting ...

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O’Malley narrowly outraises Ehrlich in Md. governor’s race

Fundraising totals for the Maryland governor’s race are out, and Gov. Martin O’Malley holds a 3 to 1 advantage in money in the bank over his likely Republican challenger, former Gov. Bob Ehrlich. Ehrlich, who was beaten by O’Malley in ...

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