3.28 political law links

GROUP RAISING. HILL. “A group unaffiliated with President Trump’s reelection campaign raised over $100,000 in January after placing more than 200,000 robocalls, according to CNN’s KFile.”

DEAL DISCLOSURE. BLMB. “A liberal watchdog group is calling for a comprehensive review of the White House’s ethics program, citing a pattern of omissions about future employment on financial disclosure forms by aides to President Donald Trump.”

MOVING TO SENATE. MCN. “A Senate version of the For the People Act, backed by the Democrats, has been introduced, and whether it perishes from the Hill is up to the Republican majority.”

AZ: MONEY MOVE. AZC. “Armed with volunteers and 15 months until a deadline, former Attorney General Terry Goddard launched a new bid Tuesday to end ‘dark money’ anonymous donations to Arizona political campaigns.”

CA: FRIENDLY LOAN. CM. “To buy a house, an Orange County legislator received a $430,000 personal loan from a former Orange County congresswoman—an arrangement that some legal experts labeled unusual, but that both politicians said was not improper.”

MN: SUPER PAC START. DNT. “Minnesota state Sen. Karin Housley has started a political action committee to raise money for conservative candidates for Congress.”

MO: BAN PRIORITY. KCRU. “Gross has introduced legislation to the Missouri House which would ban the practice of accepting “dark money,” a political term used to describe anonymous campaign contributions from certain organizations, such as nonprofits.”


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