ALEC’s leaders, legislative members, and alumni played a major role in promoting Trump’s stolen-election disinformation campaign, attempting to overturn the election, and inciting the resulting violent invasion of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Will its corporate backers hold it accountable?
RAGA’s effort to cover its tracks in promoting Trump’s “big lie” and the pro-Trump insurrection last week fall short and leave questions unanswered.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse draws on CMD research to connect the dots between the dark money forces hand-picking Trump’s Supreme Court nominees and those spending millions to bankroll right-wing, pro-corporate amicus briefs in scores of important Supreme Court cases.
The Chinese-owned company made its first-ever political donation on June 30 to the Republican Attorneys General Association, followed by a donation to the group’s Democratic counterpart.
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.
What are we to make of all the good news and talk of bipartisanship coming from the Koch camp?
A New York state lawsuit charges Exxon with orchestrating a misinformation campaign on climate change. ALEC and RAGA helped.
GOP Attorneys General, including Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, get advice and counsel from Koch and Big Tobacco lobbyists behind closed doors.
AG Reyes refuses to release records relating to his dealings with the Republican Attorneys General Association’s corporate cash-for-influence operation.
Here are emails from Scott Pruitt’s previously unknown second email account while he was Attorney General of Oklahoma. Pruitt had told the Senate he only had one account.