The Washington State Public Disclosure Commission (WA PDC) was created in 1972 by Initiative 276 (the Public Disclosure Act) to provide timely and meaningful public access to accurate information about the financing of political campaigns, lobbyist expenditures, and the financial affairs of public officials and candidates. The commission ensures compliance with and equitable enforcement of Washington's disclosure and campaign finance laws.
Washington State Public Disclosure Commission
Washington State Public Disclosure Commission (WA PDC)
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WSLCB - Executive Management Team (June 22, 2022) - Summary
WSLCB leaders heard about national and regional conferences staff had participated in along with updates on media requests, traceability, and a “strategic plan” for social equity communications.
The Week Ahead (March 21, 2022)
WSLCB staff would accept feedback on the upcoming social equity retail licensure window and the Cannabis Alliance planned to host leading legislators to discuss what happened in 2022.