Push to name donors in political ads hits FCC roadblock

by Mario Trujillo - The Hill  |  published on May 26, 2015

Congressional Democrats’ push to strengthen political ad disclosures in time for the 2016 elections appears dead for now after hitting a roadblock at the Federal Communications Commission.

Amid a divisive legal battle over new net neutrality rules and other pressing telecommunications issues at the FCC, Chairman Tom Wheeler suggested the commission has little appetite to take up a fix on its own.

“Maybe you noticed — we have a long list of difficult telecommunications related decisions that we are dealing with right now. And that will be our focus,” Wheeler said last week when asked if the commission would initiate new rules on its own.

  • Fr Jim Rosselli

    The Democrats everywhere press for ever more restrictive laws, preferably
    behind the backs of the actual lawmakers. They then proceed to ignore them.

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