The Boston Globe: Guinta case underscores FEC dysfunction


“The public has a right to have this law enforced, and the FEC is not doing it,” said Lawrence M. Noble, who served as FEC general counsel for 13 years. “Taking five years on a case like this is unacceptable.” ...

“I’m all in favor of changing the structure of the commission,” said Noble, who is now senior counsel at the Campaign Legal Center. “I think it doesn’t work at all. But at the end of the day, it comes down to the quality of the commissioners and what they believe in.”

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