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New Tactic Emerges in Fight to Compel Companies to Disclose So-Called “Dark Money” Contributions

June 25, 2018, Covington Advisory

A new corporate political disclosure trend is coming. For years, those advocating increased corporate political disclosure have looked for ways to force companies to publicly reveal the names and amounts of corporate contributions to so-called “dark money” 501(c)(4) social welfare nonprofits and 501(c)(6) trade associations.

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