Koch Industries has lobbied against every major measure to reduce reliance on fossil fuels so far this year.
The Kochs’ political astroturf operation sponsored, paid for, and restricted the terms of attendance for Governor Dunleavy’s “Statewide Discussion for a Permanent Fiscal Plan.”
Stephen Moore awaits his nomination to the Federal Reserve by Trump, who really wanted to get the band back together when he mentioned both Moore and Cain as his picks to the central bank.
The SEC has denied ExxonMobil’s request to prevent a shareholder vote on a resolution requiring the oil giant to disclose its political spending, including “dark money” contributions to advocacy groups and trade associations.
Stephen Moore, Trump’s most recent appointment to the Federal Reserve Board, has served as the American Legislative Exchange Council’s leading voice for austerity and anti-labor policies for over a decade.
The fact that Louisiana has the worst gender pay gap in the nation doesn’t seem to bother her.
ALEC’s post-Janus toolkit inadvertently sheds light on the real aims of the group’s union-busting activities.
ALEC state legislators, lobbyists, and Koch operatives return to Washington, D.C. today for ALEC’s States & Nation Policy Summit to promote an agenda only fossil fuel companies could love.
Controversial union-busting operation sends letter praising U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir’s stand against “forced unionism,” but reports no spending in the race.
Big bucks are being spent by the soda industry on ballot measures to ban local soda tax campaigns in Oregon and Washington state.