MAL10190 S.L.C.TITLE III—DISCLOSURE BY COVERED ORGANIZATIONS OFINFORMATION ON CAMPAIGN-RELATED ACTIVITYSec.301.Requiring disclosure by covered organizations of information on cam-paign-related activity.TITLE IV—TELEVISION MEDIA RATESSec.401.Television media rates.TITLE V—OTHER PROVISIONSSec.501.Judicial review.Sec.502.Severability.Sec.503.Effective date.
SEC. 2. FINDINGS.
.—Congress finds and de-
clares as follows:
(1) Throughout the history of the United
States, the American people have been rightly con-
cerned about the power of special interests to control
our democratic processes. That was true over 100
years ago when Congress first enacted legislation in-
tended to restrict corporate funds from being used
in Federal elections, legislation that Congress in
1947 reaffirmed was intended to include inde-
pendent expenditures. The Supreme Court held such
legislation to be constitutional in 1990 in
Michigan Chamber of Commerce
(494 U.S. 652) and
again in 2003 in
McConnell v. F.E.C.
(540 U.S. 93).
(2) The Supreme Court’s decision in
United v. Federal Election Commission
21, 2010, reverses established jurisprudence and
sound policy to greatly increase the dangers of