HB 393: Campaign Financing
GENERAL BILL by Randolph
Campaign Financing; requires electioneering communications organizations to keep certain financial records; removes exception to reporting requirement to list occupation of certain contributors; provides additional requirements re certain radio & television political ads; revises disclosure statement requirements for certain telephone solicitations; repeals specified provision re signatures gathered for initiative petitions, etc. Amends Ch. 106.
Last Action: 5/4/2007 House - Died in Committee on Ethics & Elections (EEI), Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to CS/HB 537 (Ch. 2007-30)
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• Referred to Economic Expansion & Infrastructure Council; Policy & Budget Council
• Referred to Ethics & Elections (EEI) by Economic Expansion & Infrastructure Council
• Introduced, referred to Economic Expansion & Infrastructure Council; Policy & Budget Council -HJ 00034; Referred to Ethics & Elections (EEI) by Economic Expansion & Infrastructure Council -HJ 00120
• Died in Committee on Ethics & Elections (EEI), Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to CS/HB 537 (Ch. 2007-30)
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