Both Parties Are Addicted to Dark Money. Only One Is Trying to Quit.
“The Democrats have often times been more creative in dodging disclosure than Republicans,” says Brendan Fischer from the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan watchdog in Washington, DC.”
In regards to campaign finance, HR 1 would require dark money groups to disclose donors, force social media companies to reveal the source of money for political ads, restructure the Federal Election Commission to have five commissioners instead of six (although there currently only four commissioners, with two empty positions) to break the political gridlock, and publicly finance campaigns by having the government match small-dollar donors.
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