Dems want feds to force disclosure of super-PAC donors
April 30, 2015
More than a dozen congressional Democrats want to force super-PACs to disclose the names of their biggest donors when they run TV ads.
Seventeen House Democrats on Friday introduced the Keeping Our Campaigns Honest Act, which would require new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations to force political groups to list the names of their "significant donors" when they run advertisements.
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