California Non-Profit Donor Disclosure Initiative (2014)
Supporters of the initiative refer to it as the "Nonprofit Donor Full Disclosure Act of 2014.".
Text of measure
- "Requires a nonprofit organization to disclose its $1,000 donors if it spends over $50,000 in donor funds, for year, on political activities in California. Requires certain nonprofit organizations to disclose their $10,000 donors if the nonprofit spends $400,000 per legislative session or $75,000 per calendar quarter on lobbying, or on communications that identify but do not advocate for or against a candidate. Requires communications that are distributed urging recipients to contact government officials, for purpose of influencing governmental action, to identify the two largest donors of $50,000 or more funding the distribution."
Fiscal impact statement:
- "No significant fiscal effect on state or local governments."
Path to the ballot
- See also: California signature requirements
- Lance Olson submitted a letter requesting a title and summary on December 11, 2013.
- A title and summary were issued by the Attorney General of California's office on February 10, 2014.
- 504,760 valid signatures are required for qualification purposes.
- Supporters have until July 10, 2014 to collect the required signatures.
- Hot Air, "California Teachers Association to Spend $3 Million Against High Quality Teachers Act," February 5, 2014
- [http://oag.ca.gov/system/files/initiatives/pdfs/Title%20and%20Summary%20%2813-0054%29.pdf? State of California, Office of the Attorney General, "CAMPAIGN FINANCE. POLITICAL COMMUNICATIONS. DONOR DISCLOSURE. INITIATIVE STATUTE," February 10, 2014]