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The End of "Dark Money" in Federal Races?

USA - August 8 2018 Late last week, U.S. District Court judge Beryl Howell struck down a Federal Election Commission (FEC) regulation that allowed certain non-profit...

Kate A. Belinski, Timothy W. Jenkins.

As IRS Eases Reporting Burden, States Including Montana & Maine Focus on "Dark Money" Reforms

USA - July 19 2018 At the same time that the IRS is making it easier for nonprofits to shield their donors from inadvertent disclosure, states continue to adopt new laws...

Douglas W. Schwartz, Kate A. Belinski, Frederick T. Dombo, III.

CA State Campaign Ads To Require Greater Disclosure of Funding; Cities & Counties Could Go Deeper

USA - October 12 2017 The California DISCLOSE Act (Assembly Bill 249), was signed into law on October 7, 2017. It overhauls portions of California's Political Reform Act...

Frederick T. Dombo, III.

Local Ballot Measures: Continuing Legal and Political Points of Division

USA - July 18 2017 A recent swell of local ballot measures throughout the State and the controversy and case law that has resulted serve to remind the Elections...

California's Campaign Finance Agency, the Fair Political Practices Commission, Announces 20172018 Gift and Contribution Limits

USA - December 13 2016 The California Fair Political Practices Commission, charged with implementing the state's campaign finance law, recently announced new gift and...

Frederick T. Dombo, III.