Tag Archives: New Hampshire

Survey of the Pay-to-Play Laws of the United States

Companies doing business with state and local governments or operating in regulated industries are subject to a dizzying array of “pay-to-play” rules.  These rules effectively prohibit company executives and employees (and in some cases, their family members) from making certain personal political contributions.  Even inadvertent violations can be dangerous:  a single political contribution can, for example, … Continue Reading

. . . and Another State Contribution Limit Bites the Super PAC Dust

On August, 1, 2012, the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office advised the New Hampshire Secretary of State that the state’s $5,000 statutory contribution limit should not be enforced against independent expenditure-only committees “[i]n light of the fact that the circuit courts that have addressed this issue have, to date, all found such laws to be … Continue Reading