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The Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure (CFPD) Board has decided that corporations must disclose their donors when giving money to ballot initiatives. The 2012 gay marriage amendment question has given the matter urgency.

Campaign finance board votes for greater disclosure in ballot initiatives

The Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure (CFPD) Board has decided that corporations must disclose their donors when giving money to ballot initiatives. The 2012 gay marriage amendment question has given the matter urgency.

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