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On April 23, 2021, Campaign Legal Center (CLC) posted messaging guidance for this case, advising that a case about the constitutionality of California’s confidential tax reporting law should not be permitted to dilute the Court’s well-established precedents upholding transparency laws. Permitting the wealthy and powerful to exempt themselves from disclosure to avoid a critical public response would harm political transparency laws and undercut the free flow of information and robust debate the First Amendment is meant to protect.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling declaring California’s confidential tax reporting law unconstitutional should not be permitted to dilute the Court’s well-established precedents upholding electoral transparency laws.
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.
On July 15, 2021, Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission alleging that eighteen Democratic and Republican super PACs – which collectively spent more that $200 million in competitive U.S. Senate elections – violated federal law by concealing from voters that they were created and funded by five national super PACs aligned with congressional leadership.
On July 9, 2021, CLC presented testimony to the Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission in support of ending prison gerrymandering using the reallocation method.
In March 2010, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit struck down the federal contribution limits as applied to “independent expenditure committees,” finding that the Supreme Court’s analysis in Citizens United required it to “conclude that the government has no anti-corruption interest in...
On July 9, 2021, Campaign Legal Center (CLC) filed rulemaking comments with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) urging it to act on REG 2011-02: Internet Communication Disclaimers. This rulemaking has been languishing for almost a decade, during which time the FEC’s regulation of political advertising—especially digital ads, including those on connected television—has become dangerously outdated.
On July 7, 2021, CLC sent a letter to the DOJ requesting an investigation into whether Evan Muhlstein violated 18 U.S.C. § 1001(a) by making false representations to the FEC, and into whether those behind America Progress Now knowingly and willfully violated federal campaign finance law. The letter follows the publication in the Guardian of documents from a Facebook investigation into America Progress Now.