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Facebook Releases Updated Disclosure Rules For Political Ads In Advance Of 2020 Elections
In a preemptive effort designed to enhance transparency for the upcoming 2020 elections, Facebook has announced that it will strengthen its digital advertisement program rules for political ads to increase disclosure ...
United States
24 Sep 2019
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Political Spending And Pay-To-Play Ballot Measure Goes Before San Francisco Voters This Fall
This fall, voters in the consolidated City and County of San Francisco will be faced with an opportunity to weigh in via referendum on whether to intensify the municipality's already-stringent
United States
11 Sep 2019
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Partisan Gerrymandering Upheld By U.S. Supreme Court
On June 27, 2019, the Supreme Court decided Rucho v. Common Cause, a highly-anticipated case stemming from legal challenges to the purported partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts in Maryland and...
United States
16 Aug 2019
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FEC Releases New Disclosure Guidance In The Wake Of Recent Federal Court Decision
The Federal Election Commission (FEC) released guidance last week regarding a recent decision by the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, CREW v. FEC,
United States
12 Oct 2018
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New Federal Court Ruling Shakes Up Disclosure Norms In The Federal Independent Expenditure Space
In a decision likely to throw further uncertainty into the world of campaign finance disclosure rules, an Obama-appointed judge on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia...
United States
29 Aug 2018
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Roadmap For US Corporate Political Engagement In The 2018 Midterm Elections
The 2018 midterm elections are just around the corner and they are shaping up to be a historically unique political playing field
United States
23 Jul 2018
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As Midterms Approach, Campaigns Must Contend With Evolving Nature Of Social Media Rules
In recent weeks there has been a flurry of activity regarding the role of social media in both federal and state elections, spurred in large part by concerns about foreign interference...
United States
17 Jul 2018
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Lobbyists Beware: Georgia Campaign Finance Commission Levies Largest Ever Fine For Lobbying Non-Compliance In Advance Of 2018 Legislative Session
With the 2018 session of the Georgia General Assembly already underway, it is critical that elected officials and legislative stakeholders alike take note ...
United States
23 Jan 2018
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Sponsoring Events During The Upcoming Democratic And Republican National Conventions
Recently the House and Senate Ethics Committees issued updated guidance for Members of Congress, Congressional staff, and outside groups to follow in conjunction with events being sponsored...
United States
27 May 2016
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Maryland Just Can't Help Itself When It Comes To Pay-To-Play Revisions
During this year's General Assembly session, lawmakers in Annapolis once again took it upon themselves to pass legislative amendments tweaking their beloved pay to play framework.
United States
20 May 2016
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Rule Changes Affecting The Georgia Government Transparency And Campaign Finance Act
At the December 15, 2015 meeting, the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission (Commission) approved several changes to Commission rules...
United States
2 Feb 2016
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2016 Key Georgia Election And Disclosure Dates
For those individuals participating in the upcoming 2016 election cycle across Georgia, there are a multitude of important election law and campaign finance deadlines worthy of attention.
United States
28 Jan 2016
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New Procurement Lobbying, Ethics And Pay-To-Play Provisions
The political headlines from last year's battle over lobbying and ethics reform legislation in the Commonwealth of Virginia may have long faded from public memory, but the legal realities of the enacted law are just starting to set in
United States
15 Jan 2016
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Lawful Advocacy: Contractor Compliance With Federal Campaign Contribution Requirements
Last week, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld the ban in US law on contributions to federal political candidates and parties by individuals performing contracts with the federal government.
United States
16 Jul 2015
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