FollowTheMoney.org, the website run by the National Institute on Money in State Politics, has updated grades it gives states for how those states handle the disclosure of campaign spending by independent parties.
Iowa got an “F”.
Iowa had the same grade last year, according to FellowTheMoney.org’s system of grading states on a scale where 120 was the maximum possible this year. Iowa’s overall score was 50.
Read the full story, including how Iowa’s score was calculated and how other states were graded here at FollowTheMoney.org.