National Journal: Double Dip: How Rand Paul Can Legally Tap His Biggest Donors Twice


These days, Paul S. Ryan, an attorney at the Campaign Legal Center, said he is more concerned about candidates skirting limits on exploratory committees and the influence of unlimited-money super PACs than Paul, or Cruz, getting a few thousand dollars more from their chief financiers.

With super PAC donors likely to cut seven-figure checks, Ryan said "it makes any concerns of doubling up the $2,600 seem pretty small potatoes," for watchdogs like himself worried about potential influence-peddling.

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