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FEC Leaves Web Political Speech Alone

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

The Federal Election Commission voted 6-0 March 27 in favor of campaign-finance rules that will leave political speech on the Internet mostly unregulated. The rules approved by the FEC will give Web sites, blogs and e-mails the same exemption that is provided to newspapers that cover political campaigns. That means bloggers can promote or criticize federal candidates and issues without fear of financial penalty.

Read Original at: Washington Times

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