The official long title of the Public Disclosure Act was

Public Disclosure Act Created in 1972 by I-276

The official long title of the Public Disclosure Act was:

An ACT relating to campaign financing, activities of lobbyists, access to public records, and financial affairs of elective officers and candidates; requiring disclosure of sources of campaign contributions, objects of campaign expenditures, and amounts thereof; limiting campaign expenditures; regulating the activities of lobbyists and requiring reports of their expenditures; restricting use of public funds to influence legislative decisions; governing access to public records; specifying the manner in which public agencies will maintain such records; requiring disclosure of elective officials’ and candidates’ financial interests and activities; establishing a public disclosure commission to administer the act; and providing civil penalties.