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Stories related to: campaign finance

State Government

Would A Transparency Bill Allow More Opaque Campaign Cash?

August 29, 2016 | Ben Bradford

New requirements for campaign ads on TV could pass the California Legislature this week, after six years of attempts by open government advocates. But a state elections watchdog says it’s been compromised.

State Government

California Pushes Back Against Outside Spending

December 2, 2015 | Ben Bradford

California is one of just a few states looking to curb the influence of outside spending in elections.

State Government

State Tightens Scrutiny On Candidates And Spending Groups

October 16, 2015 | Ben Bradford

California's campaign finance watchdog agency has adopted new rules to stop candidates from collaborating with outside groups that spend money on them.

State Government

Ose: Decision On Recount After Vote Is Certified

November 20, 2014 | Ed Joyce

In an interview with Capital Public Radio News, Republican Doug Ose said he will wait for the final vote certification before considering a recount.

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State Government

Monday Bill Roundup: Wiretapping, In Vitro, Campaign Gifts

May 19, 2014 | Ben Adler

California lawmakers sent several notable bills from one chamber to the other Monday – including measures dealing with warrantless wiretapping, in vitro fertilization and campaign finance rules.

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