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So far, no part of the government has done anything to strengthen protections against foreign political spending. The FEC's proposed new rules could be an important first step.
The biggest recipients of money are lawyers and consultants.
Congress hasn’t taken steps to prevent foreign powers from buying political ads on the internet. But states like California can take the lead in protecting our elections.
Mueller's indictments describe a sprawling Russian scheme to sow discord in our elections using social media. The platforms now have a duty to protect our democracy through reforms.
An appellate court in Albany is set to hear oral argument in the Brennan Center’s long-running challenge to the state’s LLC Loophole.
If 2017 is any indication of what’s to come, 2018 promises to be a tougher year for deceptive political advertising in the states.
From a Florida city council to the D.C. Circuit, various bodies wrestled with campaign finance law in 2017.
The tax overhaul should put to rest once and for all any doubts about the real-world impact of the Supreme Court’s evisceration of campaign finance law.
In the Alabama Senate race, super PAC Highway 31 is raising eyebrows through a different and particularly novel method of obscuring funds.
Last week’s off-year elections provided a window into the role money plays in our politics, and the possibilities for campaign finance for reform across the country.