Eight former FEC Commissioners write on DISCLOSE Act

The WSJ posted an editorial discussing the DISCLOSE Act written by eight former Republican members of the Federal Election Commission.

The Disclose Act’s abandonment of the historical matching treatment of unions and corporations will cause a substantial portion of the public to doubt the law’s fairness and impartiality. It makes election law even more complex, more incomprehensible to ordinary voters, and more open to subjective enforcement by those seeking partisan gain.

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