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John McCain and Russell Feingold,

determined U.S. senators, shepherded through the Senate in April a sweeping campaign-finance bill that bans soft money, or unlimited contributions to parties; limits advertising by independent groups; increases donations to candidates; and enhances contribution-disclosure rules. The bill, which passed 59–41, survived several amendments and legislative maneuvering intended to water it down or make it constitutionally unsound.

Ahmed Shah Massoud,2001 People in the NewsTimothy McVeigh, 33,