Washington Post: FEC says convention donations will not count against cap on party contributions

Larry Noble, counsel for the Campaign Legal Center, which seeks to limit the influence of money on politics, called the decision “disgraceful.”

“I just don’t see that there’s any basis in the law for it,” he said, adding that it could lead to a host of requests to set up separate committees for other party activities, such as voter registration and get-out-the-vote efforts.

“It is hard to see how in the future they are going to turn down requests for other national party committees,” Noble said.

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