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After what would be considered the closet race in presidential history the US Supreme Court needs to find a way to get the public more involved Senator John McCain and Russ Feingold are pushing towards a campaign finance reform Republic John McCain is saying that we must put a stop on soft money and increase hard money The amount soft money that are politicians are getting has increased from 1051 million to 3929 million since 1994 This reform will stop this money from going in to our political system so that it will not only be corporations and wealthy individuals that donate money to the campaign Of course the Republicans and the Democrats can not come up with a decision that they will both agree with This bill is going threw the senate as we speak and both Republican Fred Thompson senator from Tennessee and Senator Dianne Feinstien a democrat from California are going to give there proposed edition of the reform After the 2000 election both parties agree that we need to have something done and right now they are trying to pass the Campaign Finance Reform bill that will put a stop on the soft money and would increase the amount of hard money Republican senator Fred Thompson said that increasing the cap on hard money would be the solution to this problem He would raise hard money an individual can give from 1000 to 2500 for each election He would also increase the amount individuals can give to candidates every two years from 50000 to 100000 The interest groups or political action committees would be able to donate 7500 and increase from 5000 Most republicans agree with this decision because it is a proven fact that republican raise more hard money than Democrats almost 2-1 That is why it is going to be that much harder to get the Democrats to go along with this proposal So with this raise on
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