SB 1476: Campaign Contributions [GPSC]
GENERAL BILL by Gelber
Campaign Contributions [GPSC]; Prohibits legislators, statewide officeholders, and certain candidates from soliciting or accepting contributions to or on behalf of a political committee, committee of continuous existence, electioneering communications organization, or an organization operating under specified provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. Prohibits such individuals from controlling, coordinating, or consulting with such a committee or organization, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2010 Senate - Died in Committee on Ethics and Elections
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
Date Chamber Action 1/27/2010 Senate • Filed
2/3/2010 Senate • Referred to Ethics and Elections; Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Policy & Steering Committee on Governmental Operations
3/2/2010 Senate • Introduced, referred to Ethics and Elections; Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Policy & Steering Committee on Governmental Operations -SJ 00105
4/30/2010 Senate • Died in Committee on Ethics and Elections
SB 1476, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 1/27/2010 at 9:19 AM
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