House Dems Pass Sweeping Campaign Finance and Voting Reform Bill

Dark money organizations that funnel money through super PACs would also be required to disclose their donors if they had reason to know the money would be used for political expenditures. If H.R. 1 is signed into law, groups like the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center say that the $750 million in dark money spending in the 2020 cycle would be made significantly more transparent for voters to look up.

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