H.R.2214 - Corporate Politics Transparency Act

To amend the securities laws to require that registration statements, quarterly and annual reports, and proxy solicitations of public companies include a disclosure to shareholders of any expenditure made by that company in support of or in opposition to any candidate for Federal, State, or local public office. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To amend the securities laws to require that registration statements, quarterly and annual reports, and proxy solicitations of public companies include a disclosure to shareholders of any expenditure made by that company in support of or in opposition to any candidate for Federal, State, or local public office. as introduced.
  • Short: Corporate Politics Transparency Act as introduced.

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Grace Meng

D-NY

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Official Summary

Corporate Politics Transparency Act - Amends the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 to require that quarterly and annual reports of an issuer, any proxy solicitation or consent or authorization in respect of any security, and the issuer's registration statement disclose total political ex

Official Summary

Corporate Politics Transparency Act - Amends the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 to require that quarterly and annual reports of an issuer, any proxy solicitation or consent or authorization in respect of any security, and the issuer's registration statement disclose total political expenditures in support of or in opposition to any candidate for federal, state, or local public office made by the issuer during the preceding six-year period. Requires such disclosures to include:
(1) the name and political party affiliation of each candidate in support of whom or in opposition to whom a political expenditure was made;
(2) the amount of each such expenditure;
(3) the public office that such candidate was or is seeking;
(4) the relevant state, city, or district; and
(5) a statement of the issuer's interest in and reason for making such expenditure.

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