Independent Expenditures

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New York’s New Public Trust Act Expands Independent Expenditure Disclosure

Effective June 1, 2014, the Public Trust Act included in this year’s State Budget legislation redefines “Independent Expenditures” (IEs) in state and local elections. The new definition includes expenditures conveyed to 500...more

Chip Babcock Speaks: Citizens United? Maybe Not.

The United States Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission was a wonderful First Amendment decision despite persistent criticism. It involved a movie about Hillary Clinton which the corporate...more

House Elections Committee to Consider Campaign Finance Legislation

The Campaign Finance Policy and Technical Bill (H.F. 863 / S.F. 661) will be heard by the House Committee on Elections on March 7. The bill is an initiative of the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board...more

Companies & Committees Making Independent Expenditures in California Subject to Increased Disclosure & Penalties in 2013

Any entity engaged in the making of independent expenditures ("IE") to support or oppose candidates or ballot measures is subject to increased disclosure obligations and greater liability, due to a new law that goes into...more

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