Oregon lawmakers aim to pass first state campaign finance limits soon.

February 24, 2024
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  • Lawmakers in Oregon are pushing to pass the state’s first campaign finance limits in the next two weeks.
  • House Bill 4024, which restricts campaign contributions and requires additional disclosure of political spending, has gained bipartisan support.

Powerful lawmakers from both parties in Oregon are working towards passing the state’s first campaign finance limits during this legislative session. House Bill 4024, a compromise announced recently, aims to restrict campaign contributions and mandate more transparency in political spending. On Friday, leaders from both the Democratic and Republican parties testified in support of the bill in front of the House Rules Committee.

The bill has sparked conversation and debate among legislators, union representatives, and business lobbyists, all of whom voiced their opinions during a three-hour public hearing. The proposed regulations seek to address concerns about loopholes in current campaign finance systems and bring more accountability to political spending in the state.

With growing interest and backing from various stakeholders, including House Majority Leader Julie Fahey and House Republican Leader Jeff Helfrich, the momentum for passing House Bill 4024 seems to be building. Supporters of the bill hope that by implementing these campaign finance limits, Oregon can set a precedent for transparency and fairness in future elections.

As the legislative session progresses, all eyes are on Oregon lawmakers as they work towards finalizing and enacting these crucial campaign finance reforms. Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.

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