By: Jisha V. DymondAt a meeting today, the NJ Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) voted to require non-profit entities to make the annual disclosure pursuant to Chapter 271. As previously discussed on this blog, here and here, the State Treasurer and Department of Community Affairs had requested an opinion from the Attorney General as to the applicability of the law to non-profits. According to those at the meeting, ELEC characterized the Attorney General’s opinion as “not definitive.” ELEC extended the filing deadline for nonprofit entities to November 30, 2007. The vote was 2-1 in favor of keeping nonprofits in the disclosure law and for extending the deadline. UPDATE: Here is the Attorney General's opinion.
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