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Proving violation by firm is difficult

It kept most funds raised for clients

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / July 1, 2008

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Despite calls for an investigation, specialists in campaign finance rules said it would be difficult to prove that a direct-mail firm violated federal rules by keeping most of the hundreds of thousands of dollars it raised on behalf of little-known GOP candidates running nearly invisible campaigns against high-profile Democrats. (Full article: 728 words)

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