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Earlier this month, a three-judge federal Court of Appeals panel ruled part of the McCain-Feingold campaign finance law unconstitutional.
But the funniest finding was discovering how Donald Trump Jr and the President's son-in-law Jared Kushner managed to avoid being charged for violating campaign finance law.
'Dapat po magkaroon tayo ng mahigpit na campaign finance law kung saan ang mamamayan ay papagyagan natin na mag-contribute sa atin pong mga partido.
US District Judge William Pauley in Manhattan sentenced Cohen to three years for the payments, which violated campaign finance law, and to two months for the false statements to Congress.
All of them are reported to have been made for NT$10,000 (US$325) which is the stipulated limit for 'non-cash political donations,' which is how Bitcoin is classified under current campaign finance law.
The poll was conducted after Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to charges of bank fraud, tax fraud and campaign finance law violations.
Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for the president, has said the payments were personal matters not subject to campaign finance law. Federal campaign finance law limits individual donations to $2,700 per election, requires the disclosure of any donation over $200, and defines a contribution as anything of value given, loaned or advanced to influence a federal election.
Among other things, Cohen admitted to violating federal campaign finance law by secretly arranging to buy the silence of two women -- actress Stormy Daniels (whose real name is Stephanie Clifford) and former model Karen.
Comelec Resolution 9476 (Campaign Finance Law), mandates that candidates file their SOCE to the Comelec office on a given deadline.
Last but not least, the problem in campaign finance law stems from the broad immunity provided to deputies in Parliament.
thicket" that grew up around campaign finance law after 1974,

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