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The Georgia State Ethics Commission ruled that campaign candidate to candidate contributions must adhere to the limitations expressed under O.C.G.A. section 21-5-41.

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The state’s current campaign contribution limits will remain intact at least until after this year’s general elections.

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The State Ethics Commission of Georgia is expected to issue an advisory opinion in the coming weeks concerning limits on campaign candidate to candidate contributions in the state.

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The Maine Ethics Commission adopted emergency rules to address regulations deemed “unconstitutionally burdensome” by a federal court last week. The new rules apply to political action committees, party committees, and other outside groups making independent expenditures.

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August 26, 2010  •  

Ballot Measure 1 Fails Decisively

A ballot initiative in Alaska to put limits on lobbying and campaign donations was overwhelmingly defeated during the state’s Tuesday primary.

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August 25, 2010  •  

The DISCLOSE ACT: An Overview

The DISCLOSE Act, or the Democracy is Strengthened by Casting Light on Spending in Elections Act, has been the source of controversy and argument this past summer.

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California campaign finance bill passes the Assembly and now goes to the Senate.

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Federal District Judge D. Brock Hornby issued his ruling Thursday in a lawsuit challenging Maine’s campaign finance laws.

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Registered lobbyists in Oklahoma have given more than $360,000 to campaigns for the fall elections, with statewide candidates picking up the biggest share of the contributions.

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Akron City Council voted Monday to place a campaign finance charter amendment before the voters this fall.

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The latest news on the bill to fix the Citizens’ Election Program in Connecticut.

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The San Diego County Registrar of Voters plans to launch an online database of campaign contributions in time for the November election.

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The Supreme Court of Ohio has amended the Ohio Code of Judicial Conduct regarding rules governing the solicitation of campaign contributions by judicial candidates.

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August 11, 2010  •  

Wisconsin G.A.B. Settles Issue-Ad Lawsuit

The Government Accountability Board (G.A.B.) has settled the lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Now and Wisconsin Club for Growth over the board’s issue advocacy regulations.

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