Cohen, Richard E.; Baumann, David
July 2001
National Journal;7/21/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 29, p2325
Provides information on the division within Republican Party members at the United States House over campaign finance reform. How `The New York Times' editorial column described the decision of Martin T. Meehan, D.-Mass. and Christopher Shays, R.-Conn. in pulling out their proposed bill; Reactions of the Democrats to the Republican House division over the issue; Optimism of the Republicans on the patients' rights legislation.


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