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HB 1048 - Campaign Contribution Reform - Key Vote

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Legislation - Signed (Executive) -

Title: Campaign Contribution Reform

Legislation - Conference Report Adopted (Senate) (19-16) - (Key vote)

Title: Campaign Contribution Reform

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that places restrictions on campaign contributions.

Highlights:
- Limits individual contributions to candidates for state office to $4,000 per year (sec 7). - Limits individual contributions to legislative candidates or candidates for county office to $1,000 per year (sec 8). - Limits individual contributions to political action committees and political parties to $10,000 per year (sec 9-10). - Disallows anonymous contributions or contributions disguised as gifts (sec 11). - Requires media that advocate for or against a candidate or party to say who paid for advertisements (sec 15). - Prevents organizations from making contributions or advocating for or against a candidate but allows contributions to influence a ballot question (sec 18). - Prohibits public funds to be used as contributions (sec 20-21). - Requires political committees to pay debts, dispose of assets, and file a termination statement before they disband (sec 26). - Gives the Attorney General the power to investigate any violations to this bill (sec 35).
Legislation - Conference Report Adopted (House) (45-22) - (Key vote)

Title: Campaign Contribution Reform

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that places restrictions on campaign contributions.

Highlights:
- Limits individual contributions to candidates for state office to $4,000 per year (sec 7). - Limits individual contributions to legislative candidates or candidates for county office to $1,000 per year (sec 8). - Limits individual contributions to political action committees and political parties to $10,000 per year (sec 9-10). - Disallows anonymous contributions or contributions disguised as gifts (sec 11). - Requires media that advocate for or against a candidate or party to say who paid for advertisements (sec 15). - Prevents organizations from making contributions or advocating for or against a candidate but allows contributions to influence a ballot question (sec 18). - Prohibits public funds to be used as contributions (sec 20-21). - Requires political committees to pay debts, dispose of assets, and file a termination statement before they disband (sec 26). - Gives the Attorney General the power to investigate any violations to this bill (sec 35).
Legislation - Bill Passed With Amendment (Senate) (24-11) - (Key vote)

Title: Campaign Contribution Reform

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that places restrictions on campaign contributions.

Highlights:
- Limits individual contributions to candidates for state office to $4,000 per year (sec 7). - Limits individual contributions to legislative candidates or candidates for county office to $1,000 per year (sec 8). - Limits individual contributions to political action committees and political parties to $10,000 per year (sec 9-10). - Disallows anonymous contributions or contributions disguised as gifts (sec 11). - Requires media that advocate for or against a candidate or party to say who paid for advertisements (sec 15). - Prevents organizations from making contributions or advocating for or against a candidate but allows contributions to influence a ballot question (sec 18). - Prohibits public funds to be used as contributions (sec 20-21). - Requires political committees to pay debts, dispose of assets, and file a termination statement before they disband (sec 26). - Gives the Attorney General the power to investigate any violations to this bill (sec 35).
Legislation - Bill Passed (House) (47-23) - (Key vote)

Title: Campaign Contribution Reform

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that places restrictions on campaign contributions.

Highlights:
- Limits individual contributions to candidates for state office to $4,000 per year (sec 7). - Limits individual contributions to legislative candidates or candidates for county office to $1,000 per year (sec 8). - Limits individual contributions to political action committees and political parties to $10,000 per year (sec 9-10). - Disallows anonymous contributions or contributions disguised as gifts (sec 11). - Requires media that advocate for or against a candidate or party to say who paid for advertisements (sec 15). - Prevents organizations from making contributions or advocating for or against a candidate but allows contributions to influence a ballot question (sec 18). - Prohibits public funds to be used as contributions (sec 20-21). - Requires political committees to pay debts, dispose of assets, and file a termination statement before they disband (sec 26). - Gives the Attorney General the power to investigate any violations to this bill (sec 35).
Legislation - Introduced (House) -

Title: Campaign Contribution Reform

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