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2024 Hawaii Bill Would Limit Political Spending by Foreign-Influenced U.S. Corporations Testimony

2024 Hawaii Bill Would Limit Political Spending by Foreign-Influenced U.S. Corporations

Michael Sozan, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, filed written testimony before the Hawaii Senate in support of S.B. 3243, a bill that would strengthen campaign-related spending disclosure requirements and limit political spending by U.S. corporations with appreciable foreign ownership.

Michael Sozan

2024 Washington Bill Would Limit Political Spending by Foreign-Influenced U.S. Corporations Testimony

2024 Washington Bill Would Limit Political Spending by Foreign-Influenced U.S. Corporations

Michael Sozan, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, filed written testimony before the Washington State House in support of H.B. 1885, a bill that would strengthen campaign-related spending disclosure requirements and limit political spending by U.S. corporations with appreciable foreign ownership.

Michael Sozan

Regulators’ Bank Capital Proposals Don’t Go Far Enough To Improve Financial Stability Article

Regulators’ Bank Capital Proposals Don’t Go Far Enough To Improve Financial Stability

While the 2023 bank capital proposals make important improvements to the regulatory framework, new CAP empirical analysis shows that additions to bank equity are modest and must be larger to substantially enhance the stability of the largest banks.

CAP Comments on Regulators’ Proposals To Increase Bank Capital Requirements Article

CAP Comments on Regulators’ Proposals To Increase Bank Capital Requirements

The Center for American Progress submitted a comment letter to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Federal Reserve, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on their proposals to raise capital requirements for the largest banks—those with assets of $100 billion or more.

Regulatory Change To Enhance Treasury Market Stability Report
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Regulatory Change To Enhance Treasury Market Stability

Nonbank financial actors have significantly disrupted U.S. and U.K. government debt markets in the past few years, but regulators can reduce some of these risks through existing authorities.

Marc Jarsulic

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