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The failure of these three members of Congress to disclose their stock trades is part of a troubling bipartisan trend that undermines efforts to provide voters real time transparency about potential conflicts of interest.
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WASHINGTON - Today, Campaign Legal Center (CLC) filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) against 23 super PACs that had worked to illegally conceal their affiliation - denying voters the right to know who is spending big money to influence their vote.

This ruling needlessly brushes aside precedent in favor of wealthy special interests—toughening the standard of scrutiny applied to California’s law beyond what the Court’s earlier disclosure decisions would have required.
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Brendan Fischer
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Senior Legal Counsel
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Danielle Lang
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Tara Malloy
Senior Director, Appellate Litigation & Strategy
Austin Graham
Legal Counsel
Mark Gaber
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Paul Smith
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Chris Lamar
Senior Legal Counsel
Megan McAllen
Director, Campaign Finance Litigation
Erin Chlopak
Director, Campaign Finance Strategy
Jonathan Diaz
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Legal Counsel, Litigation
Delaney Marsco
Senior Legal Counsel, Ethics
Blair Bowie
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Kedric Payne
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Media Praise of CLC
Over the past 16 years, CLC has been deeply involved in some of the most significant legal actions affecting American elections.
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