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Court ruling may bring crush of late-breaking political ads

More groups can target key issues nearer to elections

By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / July 1, 2007

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The US Supreme Court decision last week loosening rules on political advertising could significantly alter the 2008 presidential race by allowing a torrent of well-funded TV spots targeting specific candidates, according to campaign finance specialists, political analysts, and interest groups. (Full article: 860 words)

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