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PACs Shelled Out $19 million on State Elections in 2002

Government reform groups studied patterns of campaign donations made by Political Action Committees, or PACs. They found that a few PACs dominate in giving to the Legislature. Karen Dewitt has more on the story.  Go to full article

Late State Budget "Birthday" in Albany

Government reform groups held a mock "birthday party" yesterday in Albany for the imaginary person they called late budget boy. The groups were trying to dramatize the arrival of another new fiscal year without a state budget in place. It's the 18th straight year that the budget has been late in New York state. The groups said late budget boy has now come of age with his 18th birthday. Karen Dewitt reports.
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Reform of the Rockefeller Drug Laws

Reform of the Rockefeller Drug Laws was one of the many issues left unfinished in 2001. It may be on the New York State Legislature’s agenda for 2002.  Go to full article

Assembly Democrats want Campaign Spending Limits

The speaker of the State Assembly has proposed the most sweeping campaign finance reform in New York's history. As Karen DeWitt reports, Assembly Democrats want public funding and hard limits on spending.  Go to full article

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