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A media review of major Utah county political parties recently revealed 71 percent had failed to file the financial disclosure statements supposedly required of them by August 31.

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U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle denied a request for a preliminary injunction against a Florida law that requires two or more people who want to contribute or expend $500 on a ballot issue to form a political action committee.

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Compliance Reporting Still Required Even With Unlimited Contributions

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State and Federal’s President and CEO discusses Missouri campaign finance.

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Most of the spending is on the governor’s race.

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A federal judge in Florida has questioned the motive behind a recent lawsuit over the state’s campaign finance requirements.

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Relief Sought by Foreign Nationals

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On Friday, October 22, 2010, the Supreme Court of the United States denied an application for an emergency writ of injunction in the pending case of Respect Maine PAC v. McKee.

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Barbara Wong retiring at the end of this month.

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Montana Judge Rules Law Prohibiting Independent Corporate Contributions is Unconstitutional

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October 20, 2010  •  

News You Can Use from Los Angeles

City Council to Consider Pay to Play Restrictions

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New Law Required

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October 18, 2010  •  

Massachusetts OCPF Reminder

Agency reminds filers they must file 72-hour reports for late contributions

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New requirements for groups funding ads in California

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