The Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) has joined a coalition of 78 government reform, civil rights, labor, environmental, and advocacy organizations urging 20 of the largest corporate funders of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) to cut ties with the corporate bill mill.
The billionaire Koch brothers announced Tuesday that they will be spending $1.8 million on a TV, cable, and digital ad campaign through their astroturf group, Americans for Prosperity (AFP), to support Wisconsin Gov. Governor Scott Walker (R) in his bid for reelection.
CMD joins letter asking Freedom of Information Council to rescind "Openness" award for Walker following revelations by two former cabinet secretaries.
ALEC curries favor with Trump with an event chairs and committee list that reads like a who's who of GOP, corporate lobbyists, and union busters.
The Center for Media and Democracy joins more than 350 news outlets across the country in denouncing Trump's attacks on a free press.
After a vicious GOP primary, one of the Kochs' favorite candidates is ready to take on Tammy Baldwin for the U.S. Senate.
Koch Industries saves enough in one year from GOP tax cuts to pay for the plant, while laying off hundreds of U.S. workers.
Hatemonger David Horowitz takes center stage at ALEC Conference in NOLA.
CMD joins coalition letters to Sen. Grassley and former President George W. Bush decrying partisan deal to limit access to Kavanaugh records and demanding full transparency.
ALEC's fingerprints can be found on many bills introduced and enacted in Baton Rouge.