[saymaListserv] Fwd: More on new FEC proposal
bright_crow at mindspring.com
Fri Apr 2 12:49:54 JEST 2004
Regarding the FEC proposal circulated earlier this
morning, here is more information from the listserv of the School of
Library and Information Science at the University of South Carolina.
>>>1st Forwarded email>>>
The full text of this proposed regulation is available at
COMMENTS ARE DUE APRIL 5TH! e-mail politicalcommitteestatus at fec.gov or
from http://www.regulations.gov/AGCY_FEDERALELECTIONCOMMISSION.cfm :
"All comments should be addressed to Ms. Mai T. Dinh, Acting Assistant
General Counsel, and must be submitted in either electronic or written
form. Commenters are strongly encouraged to submit comments
electronically to ensure timely receipt and consideration. Electronic
mail comments should be sent to politicalcommitteestatus at fec.gov and
must include the full name, electronic mail address and postal service
address of the commenter. Electronic mail comments that do not contain
the full name, electronic mail address and postal service address of the
commenter will not be considered. If the electronic mail comments
include an attachment, the attachment must be in the Adobe Acrobat
(.pdf) or Microsoft Word (.doc) format. Faxed comments should be sent to
(202) 219-3923, with printed copy follow-up to ensure legibility.
Written comments and printed copies of faxed comments should be sent to
the Federal Election Commission, 999 E Street, NW., Washington, DC
20463. The Commission will post public comments on its Web site. The
hearing will be held in the Commission"s ninth floor meeting room, 999 E
Street, NW., Washington, DC."
University of South Carolina
"The first information survival skill we will all need is the ability
to decode propaganda and demythologize the highly commercialized and
entertainment-based U.S. culture. Psychologists politely call it
'resistance to enculturation.' Writer Ernest Hemingway had a less
elegant term: 'crap detecting.'"
>>>2nd Forwarded email>>>
As I understand it -- and if someone else has additional or different
information on this, please post it -- one of the key groups
these proposed rule changes is the Republican National Committee. A
the letter the RNC sent to the FEC in support of the changes is
their website at http://www.gop.com/RNCResearch/read.aspx?ID=3800.
amandan at uga.edu
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