The Issue in Brief Does California’s attorney general have the power to ban a nonprofit organization from asking for donations unless it hands over a list of its past supporters for inspection, even if the group has no involvement in elections? That simple question is at the heart of Center for Competitive Politics v. Harris. Federal [...]
Center for Competitive Politics president David Keating on why a Delaware court struck down a campaign-finance disclosure law. Read more… For more information on Delaware Strong Families v. Biden, check out this resource page.
Bars enforcement of law against group publishing voter guides For Release: April 8, 2014 Contact: Joe Trotter Phone: 210-352-0055 (Cell) Wilmington, DE – A federal court today issued an order barring enforcement of a recently adopted Delaware law that would have forced a group that publishes non-partisan voter guides to violate its members’ privacy. Judge Sue L. Robinson [...]
If you would like to download the PDF of the supplemental comments, click here. Via Federal eRulemaking Portal John Koskinen Commissioner of Internal Revenue CC:PA:LPD:PR (REG-134417-13), Room 5205 Internal Revenue Service P.O. Box 7604, Ben Franklin Station Washington, DC 20044 RE: Supplemental Comments on IRS NPRM, REG-134417-13 Dear Mr. Koskinen: The Center for Competitive Politics [...]
The PDC argues here that, in cases brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983 (“Section 1983”), Washington law requires it to treat pro bono legal services provided to those involved with campaigns as “in-kind” contributions that may be regulated and restricted by state governments. The PDC’s interpretation is a direct assault on the provisions of [...]