Rethinking Campaign Finance Reform and Disclosure
The USC Sol Price School of Public Policy in Sacramento and the California Fair Political Practices Commission invite you to a one-half-day symposium.
The 2010 Citizens United ruling by the United States Supreme Court has fundamentally altered the landscape of political campaigns, and the unfolding primary cycle has catalyzed debate about campaign finance reform and disclosure. Some endorse the decision. Others decry it. What should one think about campaign finance reform and disclosure? The USC Sol Price School of Public Policy in Sacramento and the California Fair Political Practices Commission invite you to hear the views of distinguished legal and political experts on these important issues. Two panels of scholars and practitioners will discuss the changes to the laws governing campaign finance reform and disclosure. They will consider how disclosure policy functions in this new legal landscape and debate the merits of policies advanced in the wake of Citizens United.
Thursday, April 19, 2012
8:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Sheraton Grand Sacramento
1320 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
Please RSVP by April 12, 2012 to https://priceschool.usc.edu/events/fppc.
For more information contact, Karen Luethke at email@example.com.