A bill easing a requirement for certain political candidates to file campaign financial disclosure reports electronically hit a snag Monday afternoon. House Bill 311 passed the Senate Monday morning, but a change to the legislation was rejected by the House of Representatives. While the bill has garnered virtually no attention, it is opposed by staff of the Alaska Public Offices Commission – the agency that oversees disclosure of campaign financing.
The public offices commission will meet tomorrow at 10am at the Anchorage APOC office to discuss house bill 311.
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