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Friday, October 11, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Documentary on the School of the Assassins
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Attorney General Janet Reno and Campaign Finance Laws

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Attorney General Janet Reno yesterday said she was reviewing a request for independent council to investigate alleged violations financial laws by both the Republican and democrats presidential campaigns. Common cause has alleged that President Clinton’s primary committee working through democratic national committee and Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole’s primary committee working through the Republican national committee illegally schemed to circumvent federal campaign finance laws. They call it the worse campaign violations since Watergate.

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