FPPC Chair announces Revision project
Who is whispering promises into the ears of state lawmakers might become a bit clearer under new rules being announced by the California Fair Political Practices Commission. It claims the rules will “shed light and provide 0B68 more disclosure” on a wide range of lobbying activities.
California is poised to significantly expand its lobbying disclosure requirements Thursday, when the Fair Political Practices Commission considers whether to close a loophole in current reporting rules.
Special interest groups will have to disclose many more details of how they are spending money to influence California officials under new rules approved Thursday by the state’s ethics panel.
California regulators are proposing tighter rules on payments to influence state officials by companies and organizations.