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Thursday, January 20, 2000 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Black Lawmakers Stage Sit in at Florida Capitol...
2000-01-20

Campaign Finance Reform: Citizens Group Publishes Guide, Granny D Visits New Hampshire

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As the presidential campaign heats up, campaign finance reform is taking the center stage as an issue for the public. Today, the New Hampshire Citizens Alliance is putting out a citizen’s guide on campaign finance that focuses particularly on health care, social security and the environment.

Meanwhile, 89 year-old Doris Haddock, known as Granny D, a great-grandmother who is walking across the United States for campaign finance reform, this week visited New Hampshire, which for the first time this year celebrated Martin Luther King Day.

Guests:

  • Sam Mekrut, Executive Director of New Hampshire Citizens Alliance.
  • Doris Haddock, aka Granny D.

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