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"The rejection of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty by the U.S. Senate clearly pointed out the need for political reform."

Political Reform

Until December 2004, the Foundation was actively committed to the issue of campaign finance reform, particularly the pursuit of public financing of elections. Due to Board decisions driven by the Foundation's limited assets, we are no longer making grants in this field, nor working on legislative changes. You can read about what we have done in the past and refer to the sources listed below for current information about public financing and other campaign finance reform efforts.

You can find the following on our site:

You may also want to visit the following sites if you are interested in becoming more educated about campaign finance reform:

If you want to understand Steve Kirsch's views about political giving and the value of campaign finance reform, read his personal political pages.

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