CMCE

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CMCEClean Money, Clean Elections (New York)
CMCECentre for Media and Culture in Education (University of Toronto; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
CMCECommittee of Ministers of the Council of Europe
CMCECircuit Mode Control Entity (telecommunications)
CMCECre-Mediated Cassette Exchange
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3099, the Clean Money, Clean Elections Act, which has drawn the support of 38 cosponsors.
Under the name of the Clean Money, Clean Elections (CMCE) reform, public financing is successful law to varying degrees in four states.
Marty Jezer was a founding member of The Working Group on Electoral Democracy that first conceived the Clean Money, Clean Elections reform.
But over the years he's pointed to the Clean Money, Clean Elections Act as the real reform.
3099, the Clean Money, Clean Elections Act, to establish full public financing of congressional elections.
Buckley overshadows every attempt to reform the campaign finance system, even Clean Money, Clean Elections laws, under which candidates receive full public financing and eschew private money.
The better alternative is the Clean Money, Clean Elections bill that Senators John Kerry and Paul Wellstone have proposed with the active backing of their colleagues John Glenn, Joseph Biden and Patrick Leahy.
On March 18 Senators John Kerry, Paul Wellstone and John Glenn announced plans to introduce a sweeping "Clean Money, Clean Elections" bill.