Senate Judiciary Committee Passes Clarke’s Contribution Transparency Bill

Rep. Ken Clark’s HB2054 was passed unanimously this week by the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Judiciary Committee
DALESSANDRO Y
PRATT Y
QUEZADA Y
WORSLEY Y
BARTO Y
BURGES Y

HB2054 requires an out-of-state nonprofit or LLC to obtain a certificate of registration to do business in Arizona before spending money for the purpose of influencing an election in Arizona.

Currently, a “foreign nonprofit corporation is prohibited from conducting affairs or maintaining a proceeding in any court in Arizona until it is granted authority to transact business in the state (A.R.S. §§ 10-11501, 10-11502). The corporation may apply for authority to conduct affairs in Arizona by delivering an application and certificate of disclosure with the ACC. The application must include a brief statement of the character of the business that the corporation initially intends to conduct in Arizona (A.R.S. § 10-11503).”

1 Comment on "Senate Judiciary Committee Passes Clarke’s Contribution Transparency Bill"

  1. Does this law cover the violent acts of The Alliance For Global Justice, funded by Soros, located at 225 East 26th Street in Tucson? Their organized protests through Refuse Fascism which conducted the riot at Berkeley was just a small example of their ability to influence elections, one of Soros’s lifetime goals.

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