These corporations are footing the bill for ALEC's latest round of parties and secret meetings in San DIego, California.
Check out this new video from a web-show called The Undercurrent that my organization, American Family Voices, sponsors. It's a new investigative journalism collaboration called The Undercurrent: Uncovered with one of my very favorite organizations, the Center for Media and Democracy, and it features the IRS complaint against ALEC filed by CMD and good government watchdog Common Cause
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has played a key role in helping polluters like Koch Industries, ExxonMobil, and Peabody Energy deny the science of climate change and any solutions to the problem. But if you acknowledge that history, you may get a letter from ALEC's lawyers.
It turns out Vito Barbieri isn't just ignorant when it comes to women's anatomy... he's a full-service wingnut.
One week after updating its position on climate change, ALEC's new CEO Lisa B. Nelson told Diane Rehm that ALEC doesn't comment on climate change.
Asked on camera to explain how ALEC's work against clean energy incentives while ignoring fossil fuel subsidies fits its "free markets" mission, ALEC had "no comment" for Greenpeace.
Hey, at least it will be more convenient to protest!
Transparency is ALEC's poison, society's antidote
New internal documents obtained by the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) reveal new methods that fossil fuel companies, agrochemical interests and corporate lobbying groups will influence certain state policies in the coming months through the American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC.
Activists rally against forty years of 'legislative-corporate collusion' as new report documents assault on democracy and progress
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