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52) But NCPAC
found that on the record before it "an exchange of political favors for uncoordinated expenditures remains a hypothetical possibility and nothing more,"(53) even though the trial court excluded most of the evidence of corruption proferred by the FEC -- a decision which the Supreme Court sustained.
One of the first scalps NCPAC
collected in November 1980 was that of George McGovern.
The average NCPAC
contributor donated $75 to the organization.
, comprised of individual appraisers, course instructors and education providers includes the Hondros Learning pre- licensing presentation, preparation, study and textbook materials in their recommendation.
Despite this acknowledgment, a clearer passage in Rehnquist's opinion in NCPAC
reverts to the narrow quid pro quo standard.