DISCLOSE Act, new donor transparency law, blocked in SenateQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|The Senate has failed to advance legislation that would require independent groups to disclose the names of contributors who give more than $10,000 for use in political campaigns. The measure, known as the DISCLOSE Act, died in a 51 to 44 vote on a procedural motion. It needed 60 votes to move forward.|
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