Campaign Finance Law

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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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The secretary of states office on Wednesday dismissed a complaint that the Lovas campaign brought against Lesko alleging that she broke state campaign finance laws by transferring $50,000 from her Senate campaign committee to a federal super PAC that backed her in CD.
Without complete information, it's impossible to know whether Ukrainian nationals, Chalupa, the DNC and/or the Clinton campaign broke campaign finance laws, although that is a possibility.
Democrats called the group a "sham domestic nonprofit corporation" used to funnel support to Republican candidates, and alleged the group violated state campaign finance laws by illegally accepting and spending political contributions that it failed to disclose.
The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is an independent regulatory agency that administers and enforces federal campaign finance laws.
WASHINGTON (TAP) - A 61-year-old postal worker from Florida delivering a protest message to Congress about campaign finance laws landed just outside the U.
During the October 3 trial for the case, the government's lawyers defending the campaign finance laws argued (among many other things) that, because Hsieh was effective in speaking out to a broad audience, the government had an interest in forcing her to register and report.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- There are big loopholes in election campaign finance laws in Turkey that give influence to special interest groups, wealthy individuals and corporate clients looking to make bargain deals in return for political favors.
But according to Lori Anderson of the Public Disclosure Commission, the state election spending watchdog, Washington campaign finance laws prohibit organizations from collecting funds and then passing the money along to another organization.
WORCESTER - After a recent state inquiry into his campaign spending, Worcester County's top law enforcement official has hired a Boston-area lawyer who has helped other well-known politicians safely navigate the state's campaign finance laws.
Justices should narrow the scope of their ruling to the question of whether movies, even mockumentaries such as "Hillary: The Movie," should be exempt from campaign finance laws.
A coalition led by Los Angeles Unified has filed a complaint with city, county and state agencies, claiming Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa set up a sham political committee to circumvent campaign finance laws in promoting his education-reform bill.
Compliance with the maze of campaign finance laws and regulations laws is more crucial than it was a decade ago, especially for companies with political action committees (PACs).

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