Lunch and Learn: California’s New Campaign Contribution Regulations, What Local Governments Need to Know
About the Webinar
Late last year, Governor Newsom signed SB 1439 (Glazer), which changes elements of the Political Reform Act governing campaign contributions, and establishes new abstention and disclosure requirements. Many local governments have questions about how this new law applies to them and what they can do to remain in compliance. Join ILG and our partner Richards Watson Gershon for a discussion of SB 1439 and what it means for local officials across the state.
- Natalie Kalbakian, Associate Attorney, Public Law Department, Richards, Watson & Gershon
- Craig Steele, Shareholder, Public Law Department, Richards, Watson & Gershon
Moderated by Melissa Kuehne, Senior Program Manager, Institute for Local Government.