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New DC “Pay-to-Play” Law Bans Contributions by Government Contractors and their Officers

USA - March 14 2019 The District of Columbia has adopted a “pay-to-play” law that bans political contributions from city contractors, along with personal political...

Lyndsay E. Steinmetz, James E. Tyrrell, III, Lawrence H. Norton, Ronald M. Jacobs.

Federal Election Commission Announces New Contribution Limits for 2019-2020 Cycle

USA - February 11 2019 Every two years, after an election, the FEC indexes certain contribution limits to inflation. After returning from the shutdown, the FEC issued the...

Lawrence H. Norton, Ronald M. Jacobs.

U.S. Supreme Court Allows Expanded Donor Disclosure Rules to Take Effect

USA - September 20 2018 The U.S. Supreme Court this week left in place a lower court ruling that expands donor disclosure for advocacy groups that fund independent...

Janice M. Ryan, Lawrence H. Norton.