Campaign Contributions: How to Play by the RulesRegular price $ 49.00 Save $ -49.00
Under the Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA), national banks (commercial banks that are chartered under the federal government and members of the Federal Reserve System), federal government contractors, labor organizations, corporations, and foreign nationals are prohibited from making direct contributions to federal elections.
Instead, corporations may form political action committees (PACs), organizations that pool campaign contributions and donate to support candidates or legislation. Learn from RANE network experts on what and what not to do in this Legal, Regulatory + Compliance report.
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