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How Will Campaign Finance Reform Change Things?

Guests: STEVE INSKEEP NPR's Congressional Correspondent NEIL OXMAN Democratic Political Consultant President of the Campaign Group Philadelphia, PA BEN GINSBERG Republican election lawyer Partner in the Washington law firm Patton & Boggs SENATOR PATTY MURRAY (D-WA) Chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee CONGRESSMAN MARTY MEEHAN (D-MA) Co-sponsor of the House version- Shays-Meehan Campaign Finance Reform Bill The Senate is ready to vote on the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform bill. It's expected to pass, but the road ahead is still bumpy. The bill will head to the House of Representatives, after which President Bush will consider signing it. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at how campaign finance reform could change American politics.

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