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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

money contributed to a political candidate or party that is not subject to federal regulations

Usage examples (33)
  • But the soft-money ban itself is arguably dubious but will probably survive.
  • And the law on soft-money contributions is just what the term implies: squishy.
  • Congressman Lazio was known as a very efficient soft-money raiser in Washington.
  • That's because, people involved say, the soft-money groups don't have the soft money. for more
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