MA Task Force Calls for Increased Nonprofit Disclosure

Salem News (1/4): “Under current law, nonprofits that support candidates and causes must disclose how much they spend, where it’s spent and for what purpose. But they don’t have to say who gave the money. They’re only required to identify the top five donors of money spent on TV, print or radio advertising.

“Requiring similar disclosures for other kinds of political advertising was one of several proposed changes to state campaign finance laws approved by a seven-member task force headed by Michael Sullivan, director of the state Office of Campaign and Political Finance.”


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