Former Gilead Sciences lobbyist Joe Grogan pushed Trump to ditch his support for a House bill to lower drug prices while Gilead-linked groups advertised and lobbied against it.
The preferred piggy bank for Koch network megadonors bankrolled key players in the Right’s growing state infrastructure, legal advocacy, and media operations, in addition to funding climate denial, union busting, and gerrymandering.
The Toledo, Oregon City Council voted on November 6 to give Georgia-Pacific a 15-year property tax exemption in return for investment in an existing plant there.
Right-wing policy network gathers in Colorado Springs to advance anti-labor, climate denial, and anti-disclosure agenda.
The Wisconsin State Assembly will convene for the first time this fall today to consider a bill backed by the oil industry and the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Grassroots opposition to draconian budget cuts orchestrated by the Kochs’ influence machine gain steam, putting Governor Dunleavy’s political future in question.
Many of the task force legislative members will be attending ALEC’s Life Sciences Academy this week with undisclosed drug industry representatives.
The makers of an opioid tied to 400,000 deaths had special access to the attorneys general that chose to take their “sweetheart deal” — saving the owners of the company from admitting wrongdoing — thanks to a pay-for-play group called the Republican Attorneys General Association.
On September 19, the Massachusetts legislature overrode Republican Governor Charlie Baker’s veto of a bill that would help public employee unions maintain dues-paying members.
Koch Industries’ paper subsidiary cuts more than 2,100 jobs in the past two years, with taxpayers left holding the bill.