Supreme Court Orders Political Group to Disclose Donors

Headline Roundup September 19th, 2018

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that all groups spending more than $250 on independent expenditures will have to disclose the names of political donors who gave more than $200, barring individuals who fund aggressive election ad campaigns from staying anonymous.

Supreme Court Orders Political Group to Disclose Donors

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday insisted that many donations to predominantly conservative political nonprofit groups — what's often called dark money — be disclosed, seven weeks ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.

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The U.S. Supreme Court has turned down a request from a conservative organization to halt a lower court ruling that requires the group to disclose the names of its donors.

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A court order invalidating a rule that kept some election spending secret is going into effect.

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