Limiting bundling. Bundling refers to when someone makes a bunch of small campaign contributions that amounts to one large donation. If passed, the bill would cap bundles to lobby groups at $2,600 which is the same amount an individual can currently donate to federal candidates.
Expanding the definition of lobbyists by changing the lobbying registration process. Under S.2754, lobbyists have to register if he or she makes two or more lobbying contacts for a client over a two-year period. They are still considered a "lobbyist" regardless of whether the they spend more than 20 percent of work time serving the particular client.
Forbidding congressional representative from soliciting money from lobbyists.
What is Senate Bill S. 2754?
Cost of Senate Bill S. 2754
Lobbying and Campaign Finance Reform Act of 2014
A bill to provide limits on bundling, to reform the lobbyist registration process, and for other purposes.
- Not enactedThe President has not signed this bill
- The house has not voted
- The senate has not voted
Committee on Rules and AdministrationIntroducedJuly 31st, 2014
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