Declaration of policy.
Conservation district exception.
Statements and reports public records.
Web site for commission documents.
Access to reports—Legislative intent.
Access performance measures.
Public disclosure commission—Established—Membership—Prohibited activities—Compensation, travel expenses.
Suspension or modification of reporting requirements.
Changing monetary limits.
Duties of attorney general.
Application of reporting requirements in small political subdivisions.
Date of receipt—Exceptions—Electronic filings.
Certification of reports.
Duty to preserve statements and reports.
CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTING
Application of chapter—Exceptions.
Statement of organization by political committees.
Deposit of contributions—Investment—Unidentified contributions.
Filing and reporting by continuing political committee.
Fund-raising activities—Alternative reporting method.
Reporting of contributions and expenditures—Public inspection of accounts.
Contents of report.
Electronic filing—When required.
Out-of-state political committees—Reports.
Special reports—Independent expenditures.
Special reports—Political advertising.
Special reports—Late contributions or large totals—Certain late contributions prohibited.
POLITICAL ADVERTISING AND ELECTIONEERING COMMUNICATIONS
Report—Information required—Time—Method—By whom—Penalty.
When a contribution.
Identification of sponsor—Exemptions.
Picture of candidate.
Political advertising or electioneering communication—Libel or defamation per se.
Responsibility for compliance.
Commercial advertisers—Public inspection of documents—Copies to commission.
CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION LIMITS AND OTHER RESTRICTIONS
Candidates for judicial office—Special elections to fill vacancies—Contribution limits—Adjustments.
Reportable contributions—Preelection limitations.
Expenditures—Authorization of and restrictions on.
Disposal of surplus funds.
Identification of contributions and communications.
Candidates' political committees—Limitations.
Contributions by political committees to political committees.
Personal use of contributions—When permitted.
Attribution and aggregation of family contributions.
Attribution of contributions by controlled entities.
Attribution of contributions generally—"Earmarking."
Restriction on loans.
Contributions on behalf of another.
Certain contributions required to be by written instrument.
Solicitation of endorsement fees.
Reimbursement for contributions.
Prohibition on use of contributions for a different office.
Limitations on employers or labor organizations.
Agency shop fees as contributions.
Use of public funds for political purposes.
PUBLIC OFFICIALS', EMPLOYEES', AND AGENCIES' CAMPAIGN RESTRICTIONS AND PROHIBITIONS—REPORTING
Use of public office or agency facilities in campaigns—Prohibition—Exceptions.
Time limit for state official to solicit or accept contributions.
Solicitation of contributions by public officials or employees.
Public accounts of governmental entities held by financial institutions—Statements and reports—Contents—Filing.
Public service announcements.
LOBBYING DISCLOSURE AND RESTRICTIONS
Registration of lobbyists.
Photograph and information—Booklet—Publication.
Exemption from registration.
Reporting by lobbyists—Rules.
Notification to person named in report.
Special reports—Lobbyists—Late contributions or large totals.
Reports by employers of registered lobbyists, other persons.
Legislative activities of state agencies, other units of government, elective officials, employees.
Grass roots lobbying campaigns.
Employment of legislators, board or commission members, or state employees—Statement, contents.
Employment of unregistered persons.
Lobbyists' duties, restrictions—Penalties for violations.
PERSONAL FINANCIAL AFFAIRS REPORTING BY CANDIDATES AND PUBLIC OFFICIALS
Elected and appointed officials, candidates, and appointees—Reports of financial affairs and gifts.
"Executive state officer" defined.
Contents of report.
Concealing identity of source of payment prohibited—Exception.
Civil remedies and sanctions—Referral for criminal prosecution.
Violations—Determination by commission—Penalties—Procedure.
Procedure upon petition for enforcement of order of commission—Court's order of enforcement.
Limitation on actions.
Effective date—1973 c 1.
Severability—1973 c 1.
Severability—1975 1st ex.s. c 294.
Severability—1975-'76 2nd ex.s. c 112.
Construction—1973 c 1.
Chapter, section headings not part of law.
Repealer—1973 c 1.
Construction—1975-'76 2nd ex.s. c 112.
Short title—1993 c 2.
Effective date—1995 c 397.
Captions—1995 c 397.
Severability—1995 c 397.
Part headings not law—2005 c 445.
Severability—2005 c 445.
Effective dates—2005 c 445.
Severability—2006 c 348.
Effective date—2010 c 204 §§ 505, 602, and 703.
2010 c 204.
Effective date—2011 c 60.