Colorado has strong disclosure requirements for campaign contributions and expenditures in state races. But big money prefers to stay out of sight, so special interests are targeting even these simple transparency provisions. Because Colorado's disclosure requirements were safely put into the state constitution by voters in 2002 through Amendment 27, transparency opponents are using the courts in their attempts to put Coloradans in the dark about spending on our elections.

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Citizens United is back to its old tricks, but they weren’t as lucky this time. The group asked for protections and privileges typically reserved for journalists as it promoted its latest politically charged film. But yesterday, a circuit...

Citizens United forced to disclose ad funding
October 16, 2014

Democracy Wire

Posted on Mar 21 at 12:00 AM 0 comments Tags: Disclosure

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