Senate votes to end public money for conventions
The Senate has voted overwhelmingly to end public financing for political party conventions.
Republican Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma, who sponsored the proposal with Democratic Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado, says taxpayers should not have to contribute, as they are doing for the two conventions this year, when the nominee has been decided.
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