Book On Out of There (Editorial)

by Arkansas Business Editors  on Monday, Aug. 26, 2013 12:00 am  

Paul Bookout ()

Campaign finance laws can seem arcane and unnecessarily complex, but the concept is not unique to politicians. Fiduciaries, brokers, agents, trustees, attorneys — even borrowers — are also entrusted with other people's money for limited and specific purposes. Campaign contributions do not, and should not, become personal income to provide public servants with more comfortable standards of living than they have otherwise earned.

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