Board of Finance gives secretary of state money for publicly financed candidates – Albuquerque Journal

Board of Finance gives secretary of state money for publicly financed candidates
Albuquerque Journal
The state Board of Finance agreed today to give Secretary of State Brad Winter's office more than $300,000 so that publicly financed candidates in this year's primary and general elections can be fully funded. Winter's office said there wasn't enough

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Sanders' Money Would Double If Campaign Finance Were Reformed
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Terror funding and money laundering targeted as China takes tough approach to internet finance – South China Morning Post (subscription)


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Terror funding and money laundering targeted as China takes tough approach to internet finance
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Chinese authorities plan to set up a technical support system to tackle money laundering and financing for terrorism amid the rise of internet finance, a top central bank official said yesterday, emphasising that both conventional and online financial
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Board of Finance gives secretary of state money for publicly financed candidates – Albuquerque Journal

Board of Finance gives secretary of state money for publicly financed candidates
Albuquerque Journal
The state Board of Finance agreed today to give Secretary of State Brad Winter's office more than $300,000 so that publicly financed candidates in this year's primary and general elections can be fully funded. Winter's office said there wasn't enough

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