DNC Rejects Ban on Corporate PAC Money, Delaying Decision Until 2020

After rejecting a proposal to reinstate a full ban on corporate PAC donations earlier this week, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) decided on Saturday that the party’s Platform Committee would review a possible ban in 2020.

At the DNC’s winter meeting, the DNC failed to pass the anti-corporate PAC resolution proposed by Christine Pelosi, chair of the California Democratic Party women’s caucus and daughter of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif). But Pelosi applauded the committee’s rejection of a resolution to “study” the effects of corporate PAC donations, instead directing the DNC’s Platform Committee to vote on whether the contributions will be allowed in 2020.

Melissa Byrne, a former organizer on Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) 2016 presidential campaign, tweeted that the resolution should be a “no-brainer” for the committee to pass in 2020.


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