Letters: Nov. 15, 1982

PAC Power

To the Editors:

It is difficult to believe that politicians who take money from the political action committees [Oct. 25] do not sell their votes. A law should forbid a Congressman or Senator from voting on a bill after receiving more than $100 from anyone who would benefit from his vote.

Pauls s Joseph North Hollywood, Calif.

Your article on PACs reinforced my long-held conviction that any branch of government can be bought.

Herman P. West Whitsett, N.C.

The public interest seems to have been gobbled up by government of the PACs,...

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