FEC: Van Hollen Petition for Rulemaking To Revise and Amend Regulations Relating to Disclosure of Independent ExpendituresApr 21, 2011
Representative Chris Van Hollen petitions the Federal Election Commission to conduct a rulemaking to revise and amend 11 C.F.R. § 109.10(e)(1)(vi), the regulation relating to disclosure of donations made to persons, including corporations and labor organizations, which make independent expenditures, in order to conform the regulation with the law.
- Jul 27, 2011
This petition for rulemaking, filed by Democracy 21 and the Campaign Legal Center, calls on the IRS to revise its existing regulations relating to the determination of whether an organization that intervenes or participates in elections is entitled to obtain or maintain an exemption from taxation under 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(4). The existing IRS regulations do not conform with the statutory language of section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) nor with the judicial decisions that have interpreted this IRC provision and are, accordingly, contrary to law.
FCC: CLC et al. Petition for Rulemaking to Expand On-Line Filing Requirement for Public File to Cable and SatelliteJul 31, 2014
The Campaign Legal Center (“CLC”), Common Cause, and the Sunlight Foundation respectfully request that the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”), pursuant to Section 1.401(a) of its rules, initiate a rulemaking to expand to cable and satellite systems the requirement that public and political files be posted to the FCC’s online database.
- Sep 8, 2017
CLC filed a petition en banc on September 8, 2017 in Veasey v. Abbott.
- Oct 31, 2017
CLC and Take Back Action Fund wrote an advisory opinion request to the FEC, which will require them to provide guidance on online political ad disclosure. By law, the FEC must respond to an Advisory Opinion Request within 60 days.
- Feb 5, 2018
On February 5, 2018, CLC filed a petition asking the Federal Election Commission to revise and amend regulations pertaining to the personal use of campaign funds as they apply to former candidates and officeholders.