Americans across the political spectrum support strong disclosure laws.

These vital regulations allow voters to know who is funneling secret money into political groups and campaigns. Disclosure is a common-sense, bipartisan solution that stops backroom deals and ensures everyone knows when money is changing hands.

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s 2010 ruling in Citizens United v. FEC, corporations, independent political organizations, and individuals can secretly influence the outcome of our elections by evading state disclosure laws for spending in elections. Inadequate disclosure of political spending makes it more difficult for voters to make informed decisions, increases opportunities for corruption, and limits shareholders’ and customers’ ability to hold corporations accountable.


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