Former Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg addresses his staff and the media after announcing that he will be ending his campaign on March 04, 2020 in New York City.Spencer Platt / Getty Images

‘Bloomberg Loophole’ Paves the Way for Rich Donors to Ignore Contribution Limits

After Mike Bloomberg transferred a leftover $18 million from his campaign to the Democratic National Committee, watchdog groups are calling on the Federal Election Commission to close the loophole allowing unlimited donations to a party—but the agency still has no meetings scheduled.

Democracy Primary category in which blog post is published

Donor-Advised Funds Must Stop Supporting Hate

Without stronger giving policies, national charities will continue to funnel money to hate groups.

Investments Primary category in which blog post is published

Pelosi-Controlled Committee Blocks Votes on Congressional Stock Holdings

Paul Pelosi would have to give up his stock trading if bipartisan bills on blind trusts were allowed to advance.

Tech Primary category in which blog post is published

A Big Tech Showdown in Arizona

The state is attempting to pass a bill that would allow app developers to avoid taxes from Apple and Google. Some Democrats are opposed.