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June 29
TIGTA Finds Over 1,000 Undisclosed Lerner E-Mails, but Thousands More May Exist
June 26
Notice
June 25
IRS Grants Section 501(c)(4) Status To Arizona Group in Exemption Ruling
June 24
Insurer UnitedHealth Group Leaves Industry Association
June 24
Minor Political Parties Sue FEC Over Exclusion From Presidential Debates
June 23
Federal Judge Tells IRS to Report On Status of Lost Lerner E-Mails
June 23
New Lobbying Entries
June 23
Pro-Israel Group Z Street Can Proceed With First Amendment Claim Against IRS
June 22
State Street Gets Wells Notice From SEC on Pension Soliciting
June 22
Vote on FEC Petition to Increase Political Contribution Disclosures Delayed to July
June 19
Notice
June 18
Sen. Menendez Loses His Bid To Move Trial Out of New Jersey
June 17
June Delivery of IRS Exempt Political Activity Rules Unlikely, Official Says
June 16
New Lobbying Entries
June 16
Va. Political Consultant Gets 2 Years in First Conviction for Illegal Campaign Coordination
June 15
FEC Set to Discuss Commissioners' Petition For Rulemaking on Outside Spending Groups
June 15
Nominees for SEC Should Support Political Spending Transparency, Groups Say
June 15
Former Speaker of Rhode Island House Gets 3-Year Sentence in Corruption Case
June 12
Defense in Harber Case Says Sentence Of 20 Months Will Deter Illegal Coordination
June 11
Latest GOP Document Request Involving Section 501(c) Becomes Tussle Over FOIA
June 11
9th Circuit Backs Hawaii Campaign Laws, Including Ban on Contractor Contributions
May 21
Public Citizen Study Finds FEC Deadlocks Increasing on Enforcement Matters, Audits
May 21
Japan Hires Top D.C. Lobbyists To Woo Lawmakers on Trade Pact
May 21
Charitable Foundations Urge SEC To Mandate Political Spending Disclosures
May 21
Supreme Court Won't Intervene Now In Nonprofit Disclosure Case From Calif.
May 20
FEC Commissioners May Return to Battle Over Enforcement, Rules at Next Meeting
May 20
Nonprofit Asks Supreme Court for Relief From Revealing Donors to Calif. A.G. Harris
May 19
U.S. Supreme Court Declines Request To Review Wisconsin ‘John Doe’ Probe
May 19
New Lobbying Entries
May 19
Big Oil, Kremlin Enrich Washington Insiders in Sanctions Fight
May 18
FEC Files Brief in Van Hollen Appeal Opposing Bid for Narrower Disclosure Rules
May 15
Guinta Campaign to Repay Parents' Account $355,000 Given to Fund 2010 House Race
May 14
Ex-Gov. Johnson's Lawyer Asks FEC to Reject Audit Calling for Repayment of U.S. Funds
May 14
SEC Faces Lawsuit From Nonprofit To Force Political Disclosure Rulemaking
May 14
Charitable Deduction, 501(c)(4) Bills Fall Victim to Senate Battle Over Trade
May 14
Sen. Menendez Seeks to Move Bribery Case to Washington, D.C.
May 13
Md. Governor Signs Bill to Replenish State's Public Campaign Finance Fund
May 13
Forum on Women in Politics Has Nonpartisan Tone, But FEC Role Questioned
May 13
D.C. Circuit Nixes Rangel Suit Over Censure; Constitution Protects House Ethics Process
May 12
High Court Ruling on Judicial Campaigns Cited to Defend Ban on Contractor Money
May 12
Fight Over Tax-Exempts' Political Activity Seen Waning as IRS Prepares to Issue Rules
May 12
Cybersecurity, Surveillance Cited Among Tech Sector Concerns in Lobbying Surge
May 12
New Lobbying Entries
May 12
Notice
May 11
Decline in FEC Enforcement Actions Detailed in New Statistical Information
May 8
Public Citizen: Political Contributions May Hurt Small Business in Contracting
May 7
Judge Says Indicted California Senators Must Release Calendar Entries to Reporters
May 6
FEC Staff Audit: Libertarian Campaign Must Repay $333,441 of Federal Funding
May 6
Ninth Circuit Ruling Setback for Nonprofits Trying to Keep Donors From Being Revealed
May 5
N.Y. Senate Majority Leader Charged in Father-Son Bribe Plot
May 5
New Lobbying Entries
May 5
Nonprofit Loses Ninth Circuit Appeal Contesting Disclosure Requirements
May 4
TIGTA: IRS Improved Its 501(c)(4) Exempt Application Processing After Tea Party Upset
May 4
Super PAC Financed by Steyer Fined $2,853 by FEC for Disclosure Violations
May 4
Virginia Governor Signs Bill Capping Gifts to Lawmakers at $100 Per Year
May 4
Hearing on FCC Transparency Bills Highlights Partisan Entrenchment on C&T Subcommittee
May 4
FEC Turns 40, Remembering Watergate But Lacking Consensus, Direction for Future
April 13
Hill Watch: Campaign Finance
April 13
U.S. Supreme Court Eyes Wisconsin Case As State High Court Cancels Oral Argument
April 6
IRS Ordered to Produce List of Conservative Groups for Class Certification Over Targeting
April 6