Center for Public Integrity: Super PACs exploit disclosure loophole
Last-minute registration means groups may hide donors until after Election Day
That certain super PACs may hide their donors during the final weeks of a major election, when the control of Congress is at stake, is "damaging" and undermines the core of our campaign laws and our elections," said Larry Noble, a former Federal Election Commission general counsel who now advises election law reform group Campaign Legal Center.
The FEC, Noble said, should change its regulations and compel super PACs to reveal their donors regardless of when they form.
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