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Technical Amendments and CorrectionsRule2016-3069912/23/2016FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Commission is making technical corrections to various sections of its regulations. These are non-substantive amendments to correct typographical errors, update references, and remove provisions that no longer apply.The Commission is making technical corrections to various sections of its regulations. These are non-substantive amendments to correct typographical errors, update references, and remove provisions that no longer apply.technical-amendments-and-correctionsFR-Doc-2016-30699
Technological ModernizationProposed Rule2016-2510211/02/2016FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Federal Election Commission requests comment on proposed changes to its regulations to address contributions and expenditures that are made by electronic means, such as through internet-based payment processors or text messagin … The Federal Election Commission requests comment on proposed changes to its regulations to address contributions and expenditures that are made by electronic means, such as through internet-based payment processors or text messaging; to eliminate and update references to outdated technologies; and to address similar issues. The Commission has not made any final decisions about the issues and proposals presented in this rulemaking.technological-modernizationFR-Doc-2016-25102
Technical Amendments and CorrectionsRule2016-1266106/01/2016FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Commission is making technical corrections to various sections of its regulations.The Commission is making technical corrections to various sections of its regulations.technical-amendments-and-correctionsFR-Doc-2016-12661
Aggregate Biennial Contribution LimitsRule2014-3022212/24/2014FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Commission is adopting as a final rule, without change, an interim rule that removed regulatory limits on the aggregate amounts that an individual may contribute to federal candidates and political committees in each two-year … The Commission is adopting as a final rule, without change, an interim rule that removed regulatory limits on the aggregate amounts that an individual may contribute to federal candidates and political committees in each two-year election cycle. The Commission is taking this action in light of the Supreme Court's recent decision in McCutcheon v. FEC, which held that the aggregate contribution limits are unconstitutional.aggregate-biennial-contribution-limitsFR-Doc-2014-30222
Independent Expenditures and Electioneering Communications by Corporations and Labor OrganizationsRule2014-2466610/21/2014FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Federal Election Commission is revising its rules regarding corporate and labor organization funding of expenditures, independent expenditures, and electioneering communications. The Commission is issuing these rules in respons … The Federal Election Commission is revising its rules regarding corporate and labor organization funding of expenditures, independent expenditures, and electioneering communications. The Commission is issuing these rules in response to a Petition for Rulemaking filed by the James Madison Center for Free Speech petitioning the Commission to amend its regulations in response to the decision of the Supreme Court in Citizens United v. FEC.independent-expenditures-and-electioneering-communications-by-corporations-and-labor-organizationsFR-Doc-2014-24666
Aggregate Biennial Contribution LimitsRule2014-2466110/17/2014FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Commission is removing regulatory limits on the aggregate amounts that an individual may contribute to federal candidates and political committees in each two-year election cycle. The Commission is taking this action in light of … The Commission is removing regulatory limits on the aggregate amounts that an individual may contribute to federal candidates and political committees in each two-year election cycle. The Commission is taking this action in light of the Supreme Court's recent decision in McCutcheon v. FEC, which held that the aggregate contribution limits are unconstitutional. The Commission is accepting comments on these revisions to its regulations.aggregate-biennial-contribution-limitsFR-Doc-2014-24661
Amendment to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations: Corrections, Clarifications, and Movement of DefinitionsRule2014-2379210/10/2014DEPARTMENT OF STATEState DepartmentIn an effort to streamline, simplify and clarify the recent revisions to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) made pursuant to the President's Export Control Reform (ECR) initiative, the Department of State is amending … In an effort to streamline, simplify and clarify the recent revisions to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) made pursuant to the President's Export Control Reform (ECR) initiative, the Department of State is amending the ITAR as part of the Department of State's retrospective plan under Executive Order 13563 completed on August 17, 2011.amendment-to-the-international-traffic-in-arms-regulations-corrections-clarifications-and-movementFR-Doc-2014-23792
Federal Election Campaign Act Rules; CorrectionsRule2014-0659003/26/2014FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Commission is making technical corrections to various sections of its regulations.The Commission is making technical corrections to various sections of its regulations.federal-election-campaign-act-rules-correctionsFR-Doc-2014-06590
Amendment to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations: Changes to Authorized Officials and the UK Defense Trade Treaty Exemption; Correction of Errors in Lebanon Policy and Violations; and Adoption of Recent Amendments as FinalRule2014-0229302/11/2014DEPARTMENT OF STATEState DepartmentThe Department of State is amending the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to remove the managing director as an authorized official, update the marking and reporting requirements for the UK defense treaty exemption, corr … The Department of State is amending the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to remove the managing director as an authorized official, update the marking and reporting requirements for the UK defense treaty exemption, correct a typographical error in the paragraph on export policy regarding Lebanon, and correct an error of syntactical arrangement in a section of the regulations regarding violations. The Department is also adopting as a final rule certain sections of the ITAR that were published in an interim final rule.amendment-to-the-international-traffic-in-arms-regulations-changes-to-authorized-officials-and-theFR-Doc-2014-02293
Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)Proposed Rule2012-3002912/13/2012FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Commission is proposing new rules addressing the treatment of limited liability partnerships (``LLPs'') for purposes of the Federal Election Campaign Act (``FECA'' or the ``Act''). LLPs are created under State law and share cert … The Commission is proposing new rules addressing the treatment of limited liability partnerships (``LLPs'') for purposes of the Federal Election Campaign Act (``FECA'' or the ``Act''). LLPs are created under State law and share certain characteristics with both partnerships and corporations. The Commission is considering treating all LLPs that have opted for Federal corporate tax treatment pursuant to the Internal Revenue Service's ``check the box'' provisions, as corporations for purposes of the Act. The Commission has made no final decision on the issues presented in this rulemaking. Further information is provided in the supplementary information that follows.limited-liability-partnerships-llpsFR-Doc-2012-30029
Participation by Federal Candidates and Officeholders at Non-Federal Fundraising EventsRule2010-1057105/05/2010FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') is revising its rules regarding appearances by Federal officeholders and candidates at State, district, and local party fundraising events under the Federal Election Campaign Act o … The Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') is revising its rules regarding appearances by Federal officeholders and candidates at State, district, and local party fundraising events under the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended. Consistent with the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in Shays v. FEC, Federal candidates and officeholders may no longer speak at State, district, and local party fundraising events ``without restriction or regulation.'' The revised rules address participation by Federal candidates and officeholders at all non- Federal fundraising events that are in connection with an election for Federal office or any non-Federal election and in related publicity.participation-by-federal-candidates-and-officeholders-at-non-federal-fundraising-eventsFR-Doc-2010-10571
Funds Received in Response to Solicitations; Allocation of Expenses by Separate Segregated Funds and Nonconnected CommitteesRule2010-600203/19/2010FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') is removing its rule regarding funds received in response to solicitations. The Commission is also removing two additional rules regarding the allocation of certain expenses by separate … The Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') is removing its rule regarding funds received in response to solicitations. The Commission is also removing two additional rules regarding the allocation of certain expenses by separate segregated funds and nonconnected committees. The United States District Court for the District of Columbia ordered that these rules are vacated, in accordance with a Court of Appeals decision. Further information is provided in the supplementary information that follows.funds-received-in-response-to-solicitations-allocation-of-expenses-by-separate-segregated-funds-andFR-Doc-2010-6002
Privacy Act, Government in the Sunshine Act, Freedom of Information Act (\u201cFOIA\u201d), and Federal Election Campaign Act (\u201cFECA\u201d) Rules; CorrectionsRuleE9-3079701/04/2010FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Commission is making technical amendments to various sections of the Privacy Act, Government in the Sunshine Act, FOIA, and FECA rules.The Commission is making technical amendments to various sections of the Privacy Act, Government in the Sunshine Act, FOIA, and FECA rules.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2010/01/04/E9-30797/privacy-act-government-in-the-sunshine-act-freedom-of-information-act-foia-and-federal-electionFR-Doc-E9-30797
Funds Received in Response to Solicitations; Allocation of Expenses by Separate Segregated Funds and Nonconnected CommitteesRuleE9-3076712/29/2009FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe United States District Court for the District of Columbia ordered that the Federal Election Commission's (``Commission'') rules regarding funds received in response to solicitations and the allocation of certain expenses by separa … The United States District Court for the District of Columbia ordered that the Federal Election Commission's (``Commission'') rules regarding funds received in response to solicitations and the allocation of certain expenses by separate segregated funds and nonconnected committees are vacated. The Commission is inserting a note to these regulations that reflects the court's decision. The Commission will engage in a separate notice of rulemaking to remove these rules from the Code of Federal Regulations. Further information is provided in the supplementary information that follows.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/12/29/E9-30767/funds-received-in-response-to-solicitations-allocation-of-expenses-by-separate-segregated-funds-andFR-Doc-E9-30767
Funds Received in Response to Solicitations; Allocation of Expenses by Separate Segregated Funds and Nonconnected CommitteesProposed RuleE9-3076812/29/2009FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') proposes removing its rules regarding funds received in response to solicitations. The Commission also proposes removing two additional rules regarding the allocation of certain e … The Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') proposes removing its rules regarding funds received in response to solicitations. The Commission also proposes removing two additional rules regarding the allocation of certain expenses by separate segregated funds and nonconnected committees. The United States District Court for the District of Columbia ordered that these rules are vacated, in accordance with a Court of Appeals decision. Further information is provided in the supplementary information that follows.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/12/29/E9-30768/funds-received-in-response-to-solicitations-allocation-of-expenses-by-separate-segregated-funds-andFR-Doc-E9-30768
Participation by Federal Candidates and Officeholders at Non-Federal Fundraising EventsProposed RuleE9-2873312/07/2009FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Federal Election Commission seeks comments on proposed changes to its rules regarding participation by Federal candidates and officeholders at non-Federal fundraising events under the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amen … The Federal Election Commission seeks comments on proposed changes to its rules regarding participation by Federal candidates and officeholders at non-Federal fundraising events under the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended. These proposed changes are in response to the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in Shays v. FEC. The Commission has made no final decision on the issues presented in this rulemaking.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/12/07/E9-28733/participation-by-federal-candidates-and-officeholders-at-non-federal-fundraising-eventsFR-Doc-E9-28733
Reporting Contributions Bundled by Lobbyists, Registrants and the PACs of Lobbyists and RegistrantsRuleE9-283802/17/2009FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Federal Election Commission is promulgating regulations implementing new statutory provisions regarding the disclosure of information about bundled contributions provided by certain lobbyists, registrants, and political commit … The Federal Election Commission is promulgating regulations implementing new statutory provisions regarding the disclosure of information about bundled contributions provided by certain lobbyists, registrants, and political committees established or controlled by lobbyists and registrants. The final rules require authorized committees, leadership PACs, and political committees of political parties to disclose certain information about lobbyists, registrants, and lobbyists' and registrants' political committees that provide bundled contributions. Further information is provided in the supplementary information that follows.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/02/17/E9-2838/reporting-contributions-bundled-by-lobbyists-registrants-and-the-pacs-of-lobbyists-and-registrantsFR-Doc-E9-2838
Notice 2008-14; Repeal of Increased Contribution and Coordinated Party Expenditure Limits for Candidates Opposing Self-Financed CandidatesRuleE8-3103212/30/2008FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') is removing its rules on increased contribution limits and coordinated party expenditure limits for Senate and House of Representatives candidates facing self-financed opponent … The Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') is removing its rules on increased contribution limits and coordinated party expenditure limits for Senate and House of Representatives candidates facing self-financed opponents. These rules were promulgated to implement sections 304 and 319 of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002, known as the ``Millionaires' Amendment.'' In Davis v. Federal Election Commission, the Supreme Court held that sections 319(a) and (b), regarding House of Representatives elections, were unconstitutional. The Court's analysis also applies to the contribution and spending limits in section 304 regarding Senate elections. The Commission, therefore, is removing its rules that implement the Millionaires' Amendment. However, the Commission is retaining certain other rules that were not affected by the Davis decision. Further information is provided in the supplementary information that follows.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2008/12/30/E8-31032/notice-2008-14-repeal-of-increased-contribution-and-coordinated-party-expenditure-limits-forFR-Doc-E8-31032
Increased Contribution and Coordinated Party Expenditure Limits for Candidates Opposing Self-financed CandidatesProposed RuleE8-2450510/20/2008FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSIONFederal Election CommissionThe Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') requests comments on the proposed deletion of its rules regarding increased contribution limits and coordinated party expenditure limits for Senate and House of Representatives can … The Federal Election Commission (``Commission'') requests comments on the proposed deletion of its rules regarding increased contribution limits and coordinated party expenditure limits for Senate and House of Representatives candidates facing self-financed opponents. These rules were promulgated to implement sections 304 and 319 of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002, known as the ``Millionaires' Amendment.'' In Davis v. Federal Election Commission, the Supreme Court held that sections 319(a) and (b), regarding House of Representatives elections, were unconstitutional. The Court's holding also applies to the contribution and spending limits in section 304 regarding Senate elections. The Commission, therefore, proposes to remove its current rules that implement the Millionaires' Amendment. In addition, the Commission proposes to retain certain other rules that generally are applicable throughout the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended (the ``Act'' or ``FECA''). The Commission has made no final decision on the issues presented in this rulemaking. Further information is provided in the supplementary information that follows.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2008/10/20/E8-24505/increased-contribution-and-coordinated-party-expenditure-limits-for-candidates-opposingFR-Doc-E8-24505
Payments From the Presidential Primary Matching Payment AccountRule08-67402/14/2008DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURYTreasury DepartmentThis document contains final and temporary regulations relating to the financing of presidential primary campaigns. The temporary regulations relate to Treasury procedures for making payments from the Presidential Primary Matching Paym … This document contains final and temporary regulations relating to the financing of presidential primary campaigns. The temporary regulations relate to Treasury procedures for making payments from the Presidential Primary Matching Payment Account (Primary Account). These temporary regulations affect all candidates eligible to receive payments from the Primary Account. The text of the temporary regulations also serves as the text for the proposed regulations (REG- 149475-07) set forth in the notice of proposed rulemaking on this subject in the Proposed Rules section in this issue of the Federal Register.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2008/02/14/08-674/payments-from-the-presidential-primary-matching-payment-accountFR-Doc-08-674
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