Michael Bloomberg and Christine Quinn are about to announce changes to the City's Campaign Finance Laws that will raise the ratio of public matching funds from 4:1 to 6:1 and lower the cap on matchable contributions from 250 to 175. The new rules, being introduced in the City Council today, will also widen the ban on corporate contributions to include LLC's, LLP's and other business entities. I wonder, from a logistical standpoint, which elected officials this will benefit the most and who, if anyone, it will hurt. Suggestions?
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