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December 19, 2011 3:06 PM

Did Gingrich bend campaign laws with his 'independent' committee?

Newt Gingrich helped bankroll his resurrection from a has-been to a Republican presidential front-runner by exploiting a gap in federal campaign finance laws to create a political money machine that raised $54 million over five years.

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