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Members of the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) have released an advisory opinion, proposing new limits on contributions to political campaigns. Under the new restrictions, an individual would be limited to $1,500 in donations per candidate or group per year […]

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In a historic ruling, the nonprofit group Equal Citizens obtained a judicial ruling that, for the first time since Citizens United, could restore limits on donations to independent groups and Super PACs. Anchorage Superior Court Judge William F. Morse ordered […]

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On October 9, the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) ruled that two independent expenditure groups violated state campaign finance laws. The groups, Republican Governors Association and Families for Alaska’s Future – Dunleavy, reserved ad time to influence the gubernatorial election […]

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On October 4, 2018, the Anchorage Superior Court heard witnesses in the formal appeal of an Alaska Public Office Commission (APOC) decision allowing unlimited contributions to independent expenditure groups. Several citizens, represented by the nonprofit group Equal Citizens, claim the […]

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The Alaska Public Offices Commission proposes to adopt regulation changes concerning mitigation criteria and penalty assessment for violations of state lobbying and campaign finance laws. Substantive changes include expanding the definition of inexperienced filer to take into account technical issues, […]

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November 19, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

Lobbying “Top Spenders on Capitol Hill Pay Billions, Receive Trillions” by Bill Allison and Sarah Harkins for Sunlight Foundation “Gift Ban Legislation to Get Second Chance as Wolf Pushes Own Ethics Reform” by Andrew Staub for Pennsylvania Independent Campaign Finance […]

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December 19, 2012  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

Here are the latest articles about campaign finance and lobbying:

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Insight should be back online this afternoon.

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October 24, 2011  •  

News You Can Use Digest – October 24, 2011

Paul Dauphinais Replaces Holly Hill

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