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The IRS has the power and the responsibility to limit the use of the nonprofit form to hide the sources of election spending.
Brennan Center Fellow Ciara Torres-Spelliscy looks at climate change through the prism of money in politics.
Who knew corporate governance could get so many people excited? SEC petition shatters records with more than one million comments.
It’s tough to keep up with the lifestyle of your donors on a government salary.
Less than a decade ago transparency was the norm in federal elections. Today groups can spend unlimited funds and are allowed to leave their sources undisclosed.
Two researchers hear from insiders about the new world of dark, soft money.
The DISCLOSE Act is crucial to ensuring voters know who is trying to influence their votes on Election Day — and the votes of their representatives in Congress after the election is over.
Shareholders are sick of the shell game of trying to guess which firm is spending corporate dollars on politics. More firms need to step up and let their shareholders know the truth.
The last-minute surge of outside spending in Mississippi’s Republican Senate primary has illustrated disturbing realities of the post-Citizens United world.
With the increased number of political groups using 501(c) tax-exempt status, a new proposal seeks to better regulate nonprofits’ political spending.