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all of the following are loopholes in the current federal election laws EXCEPT:
a. the use of soft money for "party building" activities
b. money spent by an independent person or group on behalf of a candidate
c. the prominent use of issue ads
d. unlimited contributions by PACs to any one federal candidate

i think its d, because there has to be a limit to funding any one federal candidate, right?

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  1. You're right. The answer is d. :-)

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