ALEC is good at protecting the "rights" of corporations, not so good at encouraging its members to protect the legal rights of their employees.
What are we to make of all the good news and talk of bipartisanship coming from the Koch camp?
The fact that Louisiana has the worst gender pay gap in the nation doesn't seem to bother her.
Scott Beightol defends corporations accused of racial, gender, and age discrimination, and employers who want to deny workers medical and family leave.
Washington State Rep. Matt Shea keeps his leadership post in ALEC despite circulating a white nationalist manifesto calling for a violent Christian holy war.
Bill's author never met the threshold for election that he is demanding for union recertification.
Unconstitutional voter restrictions, lower wages, less health care, donor secrecy, and union-busting add up to an agenda only the Koch brothers would love.
ALEC passes resolution backed by UPS and FedEx encouraging Congress to allow twin 33-foot trailers on the road.
AT&T joins Verizon in rush to the exit after ALEC featured a far-right speaker at its annual meeting.
What companies are still members of ALEC besides Koch Industries?