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Grading the States on Campaign Disclosures

The Campaign Disclosure Project has just published a report, Grading State Disclosure 2003, rating each state's disclosure of campaign finances.

While 33 states had passing grades, Alabama was one of 17 states without a satisfactory disclosure program. In fact, Alabama was number 47.


Since points are awarded for the extent of the undue burden on speech, alabama is to be congratulated for its low score, indicating that it has come a long way since naacp v alabama.