Should political non-profits be forced to disclose donors? | The Tylt
The Supreme Court upheld a lower court decision ordering non-profits to disclose donors who have contributed over $200 annually to ad campaigns. Proponents of the decision say it will provide the public with much needed information going into elections, letting them know who is lobbying for specific issues. Opponents feel that forcing anonymous donors to be made public will discourage donations and stifle free speech. What do you think?
Should political non-profits be forced to disclose donors?
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