Corrupt Practices Act

Definition of "Corrupt Practices Act"
  1. A law that sets limits on where political campaign funding can come from and how much can be donated, and mandates the recording of all campaign spending in detail
How to use "Corrupt Practices Act" in a sentence
  1. The Corrupt Practices Act ensures transparency in political campaign contributions and expenditures.
  2. To stay in compliance with the Corrupt Practices Act, the political campaign meticulously records every donation and expenditure.
  3. Violating the Corrupt Practices Act can result in severe fines and penalties, including losing the ability to contribute to political campaigns.

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