Archive: 2010 August
Despite the Senate’s failure to pass the DISCLOSE Act last July (Congressional Digest, September 2010), the bill’s supporters aren’t giving up on the campaign finance measure. In fact, the bill was the subject of President Obama’s weekly radio address to the Nation on August 21, in which he vowed to “continue to fight for reform and transparency.”
With the mid-term elections around the corner, the September issue of Congressional Digest will focus on the latest controversy surrounding federal campaign expenditures.
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We’re pleased to announce that our traditional Pro & Con® coverage of the annual National Forensic League Policy Debate topic will be published in the September issue of International Debates.