Judge agrees to block N.J.’s donor disclosure law

A federal judge on Wednesday agreed to hold up New Jersey’s recent political donor disclosure law in response to a lawsuit brought by a think tank founded by the Koch brothers.

U.S. District Judge Brian Martinotti granted the preliminary injunction Wednesday after Americans for Prosperity sued earlier this year to block the law.

The Democrat-led Legislature and Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy enacted the measure this year intending to require certain advocacy groups to disclose their donors.


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