The TTIP contains those same old clunky trade rules that threaten consumer and environmental laws.
Corporate Interests Take Aim at Local Democracy
Corporate interests are taking aim at local government.
Right-Wing Network Puts Friedrichs v. California Teachers in Samuel Alito’s Lap
U.S Justice Samuel Alito has been scouring the land looking for a case to make his mark on history. Now, he has found one.
ALEC Invites Politicians to “Plan Your 2016 Agenda” at ALEC Confab in Scottsdale
ALEC’s States and Nation Policy Summit will be held in Scottsdale, Arizona, December 2-4.
Scott Walker’s Legacy of Double-Dealing for Friends and Donors Revealed in New John Doe Emails
What would have happened had prosecutors brought charges in 2011?
GOP Creates Perverse Online Voter Registration, Making It Harder for People to Vote
The Wisconsin GOP held a public hearing today on three bills to welcome secret money in political campaigns, cripple ethics and election law enforcement, and make it harder to vote.
WI GOP Begins Retroactive Decriminalization of Scott Walker Fundraising
Three bills are moving to decriminalize the behavior at the heart of the John Doe investigation, to exempt politicians from similar corruption probes and to defang the nonpartisan agency that aided the investigation.
Hotel Industry Spins Wage Hikes as Extreme while CEOs Rake in Millions
Hotel industry profits are up, executive salaries have skyrocketed, and a little-known trade association fights to keep workers’ wages low.
Who Is Behind the National Right to Work Committee and its Anti-Union Crusade?
The Supreme Court is poised to decide is Harris v. Quinn, “the most important labor law case the court has considered in decades.”
Big Oil and the U.S. Chamber Fight to Keep Foreign Bribery Flourishing
In a new lawsuit against the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), big energy extractors are pushing for carte blanche in their interactions with foreign governments.