Federal Election Commission Archives - Page 13 of 13 - State and Federal Communications

June 15, 2011  •  

One PAC Is Enough

Two Bank Accounts

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May 27, 2011  •  

FEC Offers Tracking Resource

Tips for Treasurers provides tools “to help you meet your obligations under the federal campaign finance law.”

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FEC Advisory Opinion Requested

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Lawsuit and Petition Filed

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April 5, 2011  •  

FEC Updates Filing Software

Prior formats will not be accepted

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March 23, 2011  •  

Supreme Court Denies Cao v. FEC

Coordinated Expenditure Limits Remain

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FEC Allows Internet Method

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Biennial Limit Now $117,000

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Not Coordinated Activity

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November 19, 2010  •  

No Texting Political Contributions

FEC Finds Proposal for Texting Political Contributions Lacking

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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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The Federal Election Commission (FEC) has issued two advisory opinions approving the creation of two independent campaign committees which plan to solicit and accept unlimited contributions from individuals, political committees, corporations, labor organizations, and the general public.

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