New N.Y. Ethics Rule Will Make Some Donors’ Names Public

New York State’s ethics commission will require political-advocacy and other groups to make public the names of donors who give them more than $5,000, under a regulation tentatively approved on Tuesday. But a new amendment incorporated into the regulation appears to diminish its impact. Under the changes, the groups typically would not have to report all the money their donors give, only an unspecified portion determined by a complicated formula.

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