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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
House rejects measure
on, campaign spending
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automatically falls to its perma-
vent $400~ billion level, with actual
debt figured At roughly $467 bil-
ASST. ATTY. Gen. Henry Peter-
sen condemned what he called a
' "hypocritical" Congress for re-
sisting tough penalties on poli-
tici~n who receive illegal cam-
He urged legislation to impose
rfines triple the amount of the il-
legal contribution and to make the
penalty apply to the contributor
and recipient alike.
"If Politician A has to cough up
three times what somebody gave
hint because it was unlawful, he's
going to be damin certa~in -- rather
than be a Pontius Pilate -- that he
knows where that came from,"
said Petersen', head of the Justice
Department's Criminal division
which is responsible for enforcing
campaign finance laws.
HEWAS LIKENING the politi-
cian to the D~oman governor de-
scribed. in 'the Bible as allowing
Christ to be crucified after maki ig
a public show of washing his hand
of the decision.
Petersen expressed skepticism
of politicians who claim no know-
ledge of illegal funds because their
contributions are handled by a fi-
"The absence of evidence doesn't
indicate that the recipient doesn't
know; it simply means we can't
prove it in a very large majority of
cases," Petersen said in an inter-
SENATE FINANCE Committee
Chairman Russell Long (D-La.),
said he figured the House would
at leAst be willing to negotiate on
key features of the package once'
the congressional portions are
Under a 1971 law, presidential
nominees can get federal financ-
ing of about $21 million but may
elect to use private gifts instead.
The Senate - passed provisions
xvo'uld wipe out the private option
and requ'ire major narty nominees
to use public funds.
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