Rethinking Campaign Finance

    In 2006, shortly after being elected to Congress - indeed, as he recalls it, before he had even taken his oath of office - John Sarbanes was approached by several Washington lobbyists. "They offered to do a fundraiser for me," he said. "I thought, 'I don't want to start down this road.'" So he put the lobbyists off.

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