Tuesday Campaign Finance News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 27, 2012  •  

Tuesday Campaign Finance News Roundup

Securities and Exchange Commission SealFederal: “Two SEC Commissioners Could Dramatically Change Campaign Finance” by George Zornick in The Nation. via Eric Brown’s Political Activity Law blog.

California: “State political watchdog ramps up enforcement” by Brian Joseph in the Orange County Register.

Connecticut: “Connecticut legislators set focus on campaign finance reform; look to increase transparency” by Jordan Fenster in The Register Citizen.

District of Columbia: “Campaign money orders to cease?” by Jim McElhatton and Luke Rosiak in the Washington Times.

District of Columbia: “D.C. ethics law overhaul hampered by hiring difficulties, enforcement duties” by Mike DeBonis in The Washington Post.

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