Dems Seek Stricter Digital Political Disclosure Rules

October 6, 2017

Online platforms such as Facebook and Google have stepped up efforts to grab more campaign ad dollars. Making it easier: Political operatives have been lured by the ability to sidestep disclosure rules that fill political files at radio and television stations. But a bill afoot in Congress would work to level the playing field between broadcasters and digital companies.

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