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Editorial: Derailed campaign-finance reform measures need court’s help - or
Editorial: Derailed campaign-finance reform measures need court’s help - or
Secretary of State Shemia Fagan's disqualification of three initiative petitions to enact campaign contribution limits is inconsistent with previous secretaries of state and is a blow to Oregonians' efforts to diminish the power of big money in Oregon elections, the editorial board writes. Oregonians should hope that the state Supreme Court restores the effort and be ready to add their signatures to qualify a petition for the November ballot.
·oregonlive.com·
Editorial: Derailed campaign-finance reform measures need court’s help - or
Oregon bill tries to revive campaign finance limits but has a big loophole
Oregon bill tries to revive campaign finance limits but has a big loophole
Senate Majority Leader Rob Wagner, D-Lake Oswego, unveiled a proposal Thursday to ask voters to set campaign contribution limits. Unlike proposals by campaign finance reform advocates, Wagner's bill would allow unlimited contributions through a special political action committee and contains no disclosure requirement for political ads.
·oregonlive.com·
Oregon bill tries to revive campaign finance limits but has a big loophole
Money Is the Root – Eugene Weekly
Money Is the Root – Eugene Weekly
The race to become the Democratic Party’s nominee to be governor has attracted a lot of money for three major candidates. But Brownsville resident Patrick Starnes is making the case that all that m…
·eugeneweekly.com·
Money Is the Root – Eugene Weekly
Scared Yet? | The New Republic
Scared Yet? | The New Republic
The Wall Street Journal's punctuation fetish.There are so many things that make The Wall Street Journal editorial page a source of personal fascination--the undying faith in voodoo economics, the staunch defense of executive privilege and disdain for independent counsels during Republican presidencies alternating with disdain for executive privilege and staunch defense of independent counsels duri...
·newrepublic.com·
Scared Yet? | The New Republic
Campaign Donation Limits Could Be Coming to OR in 2022 / Public News Servic
Campaign Donation Limits Could Be Coming to OR in 2022 / Public News Servic
Oregon is among a handful of states without limits on how much people or entities can contribute to election campaigns, but it could change this year. So far, six proposals have been introduced. Jason Kafoury, organizer for Honest Elections Oregon, which is behind three of the potential ballot measures limiting campaign finance donations, said money is set to play a big role in the 2022 election, illustrating the need for reining in its influence. ...
·publicnewsservice.org·
Campaign Donation Limits Could Be Coming to OR in 2022 / Public News Servic