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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
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Two Washington, D.C.-based advocacy groups filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission on Tuesday accusing a U.S. House candidate in Montana of illegally coordinating with the political action committee he created.
Members of the Republican money machine that powered presidential elections from their time as "Rangers" for George W. Bush are betting almost entirely on Mitt Romney, but a large majority has so far sat out of the 2012 race altogether.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney raised $1.8 million during the past three months, outpacing other potential 2012 GOP presidential candidates and indicating that his national profile appears to be growing.