House Bill 288 (2010)

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House Bill (or BR 2010) was introduced on January 20, 2010 by Representatives Charles Miller, Larry Clark, Rocky Adkins, Dwight D. Butler, Robert R. Damron, Dennis Horlander, Dennis Keene, John Will Stacy, Wilson Stone, Greg Stumbo, David Watkins to the 2010 General Assembly.

It is an act relating to campaign finance.

House Bill 288 proposes to amend KRS 121.120 to exempt audits for candidates and slates of candidates that receive or spend less than the threshhold amount; allow Registry of Election Finance to develop system that provides for submission of reports on-line or electronically with security procedures; amend KRS 121.150 to allow acceptance of contributions after date of primary or election to retire debts and to provide period to refund prohibited funds; amend KRS 121.180 to increase campaign finance reporting exemptions; amend to remove certain media from reporting certain contributions; amend supplemental reporting dates, and allow permissive electronic reporting; create a new section of KRS Chapter 121 to allow credit card, debit card, electronic transfer, and other electronic transactions for campaign purposes, and require the registry to adopt reporting forms and promulgate administrative regulations to implement; create a new section of KRS Chapter 121 to require the registry to promulgate administrative regulations to allow minor reporting discrepancies to not require an amended report until the next regularly scheduled reporting date.[1]



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