More great reporting by Emily Alpert Reyes for this piece in the Los Angeles Times.
At a meeting Wednesday, commissioners said they wanted city staffers to come up with ways to require corporations, limited liability companies and other "non-individual" campaign donors to publicly disclose more information about who controls them. The concern, said commission President Jessica Levinson, is that "it is really difficult to follow the money."
Levinson said such information was useful, but that it didn't address the broader question of whether such donations were sufficiently transparent to the public.
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