May 9, 2017 •
West Virginia Disclosure Laws Effective in July
Lawmakers passed two measures dealing with ethics and transparency during the regular legislative session that wrapped up in April.
House Bill 2319 will become effective July 5, requiring candidate committees for members of the Legislature to make additional disclosures of contributions and fundraising events while the Legislature is in session.
House Bill 2001 will become law July 7, requiring companies contracting with state agencies on contracts over $100,000 to make disclosures listing interested parties to the contract.
Bills that were not approved during the legislative session do not carry over.
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