December 4, 2013 •
DC City Council Unanimously Passes Campaign Finance Reform
The City Council in Washington, D.C. has unanimously approved a campaign finance reform bill. The new legislation includes provisions for electronic filing of campaign finance reports, mandatory training for treasurers of political committees, and prohibits entities besides corporations, namely LLCs, from making political contributions.
The bill now awaits signature by the Mayor. If signed, the bill will take effect in 2015.
Photo of the John A. Wilson Building couresty of Andrew Wiseman on Wikimedia Commons.
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