Free Speech Coalition Analysis of the DISCLOSE Act (S. 3295)

Michael Harless Election Law

Our firm prepared this Analysis of the DISCLOSE Act (S. 3295) on behalf of the Free Speech Coalition to explain the following sections of the DISCLOSE Act that are likely to be of primary concern by member organizations:
Section 103. Treatment of payments for coordinated communications as contributions.
Section 201. Independent expenditures.
Section 202. Electioneering communications.
Section 211. Additional information required to be included in reports on disbursements by covered organizations.
Section 212. Rules regarding use of general treasury funds.
Section 213. Optional use of separate account by covered organizations for campaignrelated activity.
Section 214. Modification of rules relating to disclaimer statements required for certain communications.
Section 301. Requiring disclosure by covered organizations of information on campaign-related activity.

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