Fla. the - Wild West' for third-party PACs
Democrats have benefited from spending by third-party political committees in national races at levels similar to those backing Republicans.
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#1 Oct 15, 2012
In this case what does pac stand for. I have heard a lot of different meanings for those three letters. The latest one I have heard a lot about is pacs system. http://ww1.novarad.net/novaris/
#2 Dec 21, 2012
I keep thinking I should look into getting a good pacs system. I've just been learning about them. Do you know the best place to get it? I was looking at this site: http://ww1.novarad.net/novapacs/ , what would you say?
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