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February 25, 2015
On the other coast, ME is now considering a bill that would require nonprofits disclose names of donors who give to their political action committees.
"Nonprofit organizations that spend money on political campaigns in Maine could be required to disclose their donors under a bill proposed by Sen. Tom Saviello, R-Wilton. Saviello’s proposed legislation targets what many consider a flaw in Maine’s campaign finance disclosure laws and also looks to tackle the issue of so-called 'dark money' in politics." -- Scott Thistle, the Lewiston [ME] Sun Journal, via the Bangor Daily News