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Q: Which of the following is NOT legal under the current federal presidential campaign financing laws? a. A person or group can contribute unlimited funds to a political campaign. b. A person or group
can contribute unlimited funds to a "voter education" campaign. c. A person or group can spend unlimited funds on an ad for a particular issue without mentioning a candidate. d. A person or group can spend unlimited funds to oppose a candidate.
A: A person or group can contribute unlimited funds to a political campaign- is NOT legal under the current federal presidential campaign financing laws.
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A person or group can contribute unlimited funds to a political campaign- is NOT legal under the current federal presidential campaign financing laws.


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