Bullock’s challenge to IRS donor disclosure rules faces test
The donor disclosure forms filed by groups that are registered under section 501c(4) of the U.S. tax code have never been available to the public. But the policy change cuts off one of the only avenues government regulators have to investigate whether foreign money is being funneled to those groups, said Brendan Fischer, the director of the federal reform program of the Washington, D.C.-based Campaign Legal Center. “If Russia or another country wants to influence the 2020 elections, they might give their money to a 501c(4),” he said.
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