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Monthly Archives: December 2014
The Sunlight Foundation and Campaign Legal Center File Complaints Against Eleven Broadcasters Flouting Political Ad Disclosure Rules
Today, the Sunlight Foundation and Campaign Legal Center, through IPR, filed complaints against eleven broadcasters for failing to disclose legally-required information about the political ads they ran in early 2014. Stations must disclose information about political ads they run and the purchaser … Continue reading