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November 5, 1994 | DEBRA CANO
A U.S. District Court judge this week refused to prevent the city from enforcing its campaign contribution limit before Tuesday's election. "The ordinance remains in effect and enforceable--and the city would enforce it if anyone would violate it," said Santa Monica attorney Fredric D. Woocher. Woocher was recently hired to assist the city in defending a lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of its campaign reform ordinance, which took effect in January.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1994 | DEBRA CANO
A U.S. District Court judge this week refused to prevent the city from enforcing its campaign contribution limit before Tuesday's election. "The ordinance remains in effect and enforceable--and the city would enforce it if anyone would violate it," said Santa Monica attorney Fredric D. Woocher. Woocher was recently hired to assist the city in defending a lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of its campaign reform ordinance, which took effect in January.
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November 5, 1994 | DEBRA CANO
One candidate has raised nearly $50,000 to win one of four seats on the City Council in Tuesday's election. Others plan on raising nothing or spending as little as possible. Compared to past council races when candidates raised upward of $80,000, campaign fund raising and spending is down this year. Some of the 22 candidates have refused to accept financial contributions. A few are amassing political war chests of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1994 | DEBRA CANO
One candidate has raised nearly $50,000 to win one of four seats on the City Council in Tuesday's election. Others plan on raising nothing or spending as little as possible. Compared to past council races when candidates raised upward of $80,000, campaign fund raising and spending is down this year. Some of the 22 candidates have refused to accept financial contributions. A few are amassing political war chests of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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