'Dark money' opponents accept shadowy funds

The Center for Public Integrity found at least 21 groups, vocal about anonymous donations in politics, that do not fully disclose their own donors while putting money into politics.
Group name Disclosure of funders
American Family Voices None
Brennan Center for Justice Partial
California Clean Money Campaign Partial
Citizen Action of New York Partial
Common Cause Partial
Courage Campaign Partial
Democracy Initiative Not readily available online and did not respond to questions.
Demos Partial
Earthworks Partial
Every Voice/Public Campaign Partial
Food & Water Watch Partial
Free Speech for People None*
Friends of the Earth Partial
Issue One Partial
Justice at Stake Partial
Maine Citizens for Clean Elections Partial
People for the American Way None
Piper Fund Partial
Public Citizen Partial
Sierra Club Partial
U.S. Public Interest Research Group None

*Free Speech for People plans to begin disclosing donors at the end of January but continue to allow anonymous gifts, according to its president, John Bonifaz.

Source: Center for Public Integrity analysis.