Washington Times: Elizabeth Warren says grass-roots PAC operating without her blessing

Senator drafted letter disavowing organization
“There’s a long-standing law on the books that says it’s illegal for a noncandidate committee to use a federal candidate’s name in that committee,” said Paul S. Ryan, senior counsel at the Campaign Legal Center. ...

“If a donor is giving to anyone other than a candidate directly, they should beware,” Mr. Ryan said. “Unless you know and trust the superPAC that you’re giving your money to, superPACs can most certainly be used as a vehicle of self-enrichment for the funds they set up.”

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