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By Kent Cooper Posted at 7:52 a.m. on April 8, 2013
Larry Noble, Former FEC General Counsel
With the Federal Election Commission’s reputation for its lack of enforcement, we’re not sure if it is necessary to have a hearing before a subcommittee on Terrorism, but maybe witnesses will feel it appropriate. The Senate Committee on the Judiciary has scheduled a hearing of the Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism entitled “Current Issues in Campaign Finance Law Enforcement” for Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 10am, in Room 226 of the Dirksen Senate Office Building. Hearing panelists include Mythili Raman, Acting Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, Dept. of Justice; Patrick Haynes, Deputy Chief, Criminal Division, Internal Revenue Service; Lawrence M. Noble, President, Americans for Campaign Reform; Gregory L. Colvin, Principal, Adler & Colvin; and Bradley A. Smith, Chairman, Center for Competitive Politics.
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Kent Cooper has been uncovering and counting political money since 1972, when new disclosure laws took effect. He was assistant staff director for the Federal Election Commission's disclosure office for 22 years.
Tony Raymond was at the FEC for more than 20 years, analyzing reports and serving as the FEC's first webmaster.