Centrists blast Club for Growth as 'cancer' on GOP

Joseph, Cameron
July 2013
Hill;7/17/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 87, p18
The article reports that centrist group Main Street Advocacy Fund headed by former Ohio Congressman Steve LaTourette called the conservative group Club for Growth as a cancer to the Republican Party.


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