West Virginia is the latest front in a national battle to undermine worker rights bankrolled by the billionaire Koch brothers.
With 32 governors proclaiming this week “School Choice Week,” #NationalSchoolChoiceWeek has become a big deal, and not by accident.
Yep, it’s true, #ExxonKnew. ExxonMobil has promoted climate change denial as a major funder of ALEC.
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.
CFACT, a US climate change denial group that espouses the “free-market,” has lost more than two thirds of its funding in the past two years, according to tax filings reviewed by the Center for Media and Democracy.
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.
Consumers for Smart Solar, the group promoting an anti-home-solar constitutional amendment in Florida, has received a half million dollars from the 60 Plus Association, a group that has received at least $34 million since 2010 from organizations financially backed by the Koch brothers.
What would have happened had prosecutors brought charges in 2011?
The largest contribution so far to an anti-consumer measure to impede access to solar energy just came from a mysterious new donor. This new donation comes as the battle over whether consumers in Florida can install home solar is heating up, with rival state constitutional amendments both aiming for the ballot in 2016.