I think I have an idea about this. The disclosure complaints about the bill supposedly are based on some national security hogwash. Reading between the lines it seems that this is more about the corporatist hiring for key positions in the government.
You know, not the elected fools, the ones that do the actual work of running the country and the interest of the banksters around the world. Many of these positions were included in the disclosure requirements in the Stack Act as well.
In the competitive world of top employee talent, how are the banksters going to convince people to leave their jobs in the private sector to go into the government to do the dirty work there for less money? It seems this must have worried TPTB so they changed it.
Having reporting for the elected officials I am sure bothers them a lot less because they don't really matter that much to the real workings of the government. They are just the buffer between TPTB and the people. Sacrificial lambs if you like to blowback from the public on wars and bad policy. The cost involved in getting morons elected is just a cost of doing business when you are running the American (Federal Reserve)empire.
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