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A federal court in California ruled that the City and County of San Francisco’s requirements that political ads disclose top donors and secondary funding sources are unconstitutional as applied to certain small and short ads, but are not unconstitutional as applied to longer ads.

SAN FRANCISCO – A federal court in California ruled that the city and county of San Francisco’s requirements that political ads disclose top donors and secondary funding sources are unconstitutional as applied to certain small and short ads, but are not unconstitutional as applied to longer ads.

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