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Mainers for Accountable Elections, an activist group advocating for stricter campaign finance law, has developed a ballot measure to be considered by voters in the November 2015 election. The measure proposes to establish gubernatorial transition committees to help finance a […]

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On December 19, the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission issued a statement regarding the court ruling earlier this month invalidating the statutory definition of political committee. On December 5, a federal judge declared the state’s definition of political committee “vague, […]

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On December 17, 2013, the Arizona Supreme Court found House Bill 2593 to be constitutional, allowing newer and higher political contribution limits to take effect. On October 15, 2013, a state Court of Appeals had directed the secretary of state […]

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No Aggregate Contribution Limitations

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April 9, 2013  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News

Keep up with the latest government relations news with these articles:

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March 28, 2013  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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January 24, 2013  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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Violates free speech rights of candidates receiving private contributions

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Today we have stories about campaign finance reform in North Carolina, clean elections in Connecticut, campaign finance violations, redistricting, and more:

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Joint Committee Votes Down Bill to Exclude Gubernatorial Candidates from Clean Elections Program

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Suit alleges the commission used funds to promote itself.

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Nebraska to Cease Enforcement of “Fair Fight” Campaign Statute

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Here are highlights from the latest edition of News You Can Use:

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Secretary of State Tennant will discuss the issue with the governor and attorney general.

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