Campaign Finance Law

Campaign Finance Law

Any law governing who may contribute or how much may be contributed to a political campaign. For example, a campaign finance law may prohibit corporations from donating more than $1,000 to a campaign. Campaign finance laws are fairly controversial in the United States.
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However, other enforcement of campaign finance law violations is handled by the state attorney general's office.
Last but not least, the problem in campaign finance law stems from the broad immunity provided to deputies in Parliament.
Murray, and the Citizens Committee to elect Tim Murray did not comply with section 7 of the campaign finance law, which prohibits the solicitation or receipt of contributions not raised in accordance with the campaign finance law.
The essays are organized into three sections that focus on campaign finance law and campaigns, voters, and institutions.
According to law, there should be proof that somebody broke the campaign finance law knowingly and wilfully to be charged with criminal violation of campaign finance law.
Underhill of the District of Connecticut struck down unconstitutional portions of Connecticut's campaign finance law, ruling they unfairly discriminated against third party candidates, in particular the Green and Libertarian parties of Connecticut which had filed a lawsuit.
Instead, conservative justices said they would consider overruling part of the court's 2003 decision that upheld major portions of the McCain-Feingold campaign finance law, as well as a 1990 decision that upheld limits on corporate spending on elections.
New York City's campaign finance law was a reform born out of outrage.
Even without a PAC, companies should become familiar with the basic requirements of campaign finance law since regulators are closely monitoring PACs and campaign contributions for compliance with current government rules.
You have done us a great service with the campaign finance law proposal story.
Current campaign finance law allows corporations to make donations in many states and to political committees commonly known as 527s, but not to federal candidates.
Senate Republicans are already privately suggesting that the Democrats corrupted the McCain-Feingold campaign finance law with the ongoing anti-Bush independent expenditure media campaign.

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