Corporate interests are taking aim at local government.
“Wages in RTW states are 3.1 percent lower than those in non-RTW states. . . This translates into RTW being associated with $1,558 lower annual wages for a typical full-time, full-year worker.”
West Virginia is the latest front in a national battle to undermine worker rights bankrolled by the billionaire Koch brothers.
Yep, it’s true, #ExxonKnew. ExxonMobil has promoted climate change denial as a major funder of ALEC.
On Martin Luther King Day, here is some additional information about the Koch PR offensive and their legacy on civil rights.
Jane Mayer’s new book, Dark Money, reveals how Fred Koch profited from dealing with Hitler’s Germany and praised Germany while criticizing American workers.
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.
The Koch brothers have received positive press for supporting criminal justice reform, but the evidence shows that, in part, they are in it for themselves.
106 companies have left ALEC, who is bankrolling the festivities this year?
ALEC’s States and Nation Policy Summit will be held in Scottsdale, Arizona, December 2-4.