S. 219, the "Senate Campaign Disclosure Parity Act."
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Individuals and organizations that wish to submit a statement for the hearing record are requested to submit a cover letter on stationery that lists the individual/organization’s name, address, phone, and email. The letter should note the subject and date of the hearing and request that it and any additional documents be included in the hearing record. The deadline to submit statements is 10 business days after the adjournment of the hearing. The cover letter and documents should be emailed to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org@rules.senate.gov. Please contact the Chief Clerk, Lynden Armstrong, at 202-224-6352 with any questions. close
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