CARSON CITY, Nev. — Secretary of State Ross Miller touted a sweeping campaign finance reporting bill Tuesday to shed light on gifts and campaign contributions received by Nevada lawmakers and other public officials.
Miller, testifying before the Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections, said SB49 would provide “increased transparency into who is funding Nevada campaigns and how much is being spent by candidates and third-party groups.”
The bill also clarifies what gifts are banned, what is acceptable, and what gifts must be disclosed. It sets a limit of $3 for acceptable tokens.
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