Center for Public Integrity: Gridlocked elections watchdog goes two years without top lawyer


“There was a sense of shame in the past that doesn’t exist now,” said Lawrence Noble, the FEC’s general counsel from 1987 to 2001 and now senior counsel with the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan campaign reform organization. “It’s clear now [commissioners] don’t want anyone making recommendations they disagree with.”

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