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FEC Approves Interim Final Rule on Candidate Loan Repayments
Following the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in FEC v. Ted Cruz for Senate, et. al., the Federal Election Commission, at its meeting on August 31, 2022, voted unanimously to approve an Interim Final Rule deleting the following three regulations: 11 CFR § 110.1(b)(3)(ii)(C), 11 CFR § 116.11, and 11 CFR § 116.12. These regulations limited repayment of a candidate's loan to their authorized campaign committee to $250,000 when using funds received after an election, which the Supreme Court ruled was a violation of the First Amendment.

FEC Approves Interim Final Rule on Independent Expenditures
At its meeting on June 8, 2022, the Federal Election Commission approved and adopted a proposed Interim Final Rule to revise 11 C.F.R. § 109.10(e)(1)(vi). The regulation, as currently written, requires "[t]he identification of each person who made a contribution in excess of $200 to the person filing such report [of independent expenditures exceeding $250 in a calendar year], which contribution was made for the purpose of furthering the reported independent expenditure." In 2018, the U.S. District Court for the D.C. Circuit found that the regulation was invalid because it impermissibly narrowed the requirements of the underlying statute, 52 U.S.C. 30104(c)(2)(C). In 2020, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit upheld that ruling. This Interim Final Rule amends the statute to comply with these rulings by removing the clause "which contribution was made for the purpose of furthering the reported independent expenditure."

New FEC Form 1 Now Available
The Federal Election Commission has made available the updated Statement of Organization, Form 1, that it approved earlier this year. The updated form has new checkboxes that allow committees to register as Super PACs or Hybrid PACs.