Campaign finance reform is taking center stage this week on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and Missouri’s senior U.S. Senator is weighing in. Senator Christopher Bond has concerns with the McCain-Feingold Bill, which deals with limiting campaign contributions. He says that while the bill would cut down on so-called soft money to political parties, it would do nothing to limit spending by special interest groups buying advertisements. Furthermore, he believes McCain-Feingold would hurt state parties because much of their funding comes from the parties at the national level.