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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Jonathan Collegio
New rounds of ads are scheduled for this week in Missouri and Colorado, as well as new spots in Nevada and New Hampshire, American Crossroads spokesman Jonathan Collegio said.
"This is a baseless complaint, filed by a partisan group that files baseless complaints for its living. Liberal groups spent more than $400 million in undisclosed campaign money in 2008 alone, with nary a peep of protest from any of these groups," said Crossroads spokesman Jonathan Collegio.