6.9.20 political law links

CA: FACING FINE. TS. “Kern County Supervisor Leticia Perez’s long legal battle over a single vote regarding the County’s ban on marijuana sales could be over next week.”

MT: NO HEARING. BDC. “The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up a case that challenged Montana’s law on disclosing the spending for political ads within 60 days of an election.”

NJ: PLEDGE ON FUNDS. TIN. “Over the last three years, campaign spending has gotten out of control and numerous campaign finance concerns have surfaced at Town Council meetings.”

OH: ISSUE 1 SPENDING. TB. “Organizers of the campaign for a temporary income tax to fix Toledo streets spent thousands on their cause only to have it voted down at the ballot box, new election finance disclosures show.”

TN: REPORTING DROP. TNN. “The Tennessee state House on Monday approved a measure that would claw back campaign finance disclosures during election years.”

WA: $80,000 ORDER. EIN. “Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced that a Thurston County Superior Court judge ordered the Freedom Foundation to pay $80,000 over its campaign finance violations. This recovery will go into the state Public Disclosure Transparency Account, which funds enforcement of campaign finance laws.”


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