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By Kent Cooper Posted at 3:30 p.m. on April 11, 2014
The Federal Election Commission has announced a May seminar in Washington, D.C. for Trade Associations, Membership and Labor Organizations and their PACs.
The Commission will hold its seminar at its headquarters in Washington, D.C. on May 21. The session will also be available as a webinar. The staff will conduct a variety of technical workshops on the federal campaign finance laws affecting these organizations and their PACs. Workshops are designed for those seeking an introduction to the basic provisions of the law as well as for those more experienced in campaign finance law.
Click here for more information on the agenda or to register for the seminar.
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Kent Cooper has been uncovering and counting political money since 1972, when new disclosure laws took effect. He was assistant staff director for the Federal Election Commission's disclosure office for 22 years.
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