Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) said some very bizarre things on Tuesday as he and his colleagues debated the Democracy for All amendment.
At Taco Bell peaceful protesters took the “Fight for 15” directly to the fast food giant.
A Magistrate Judge overturned Kaua'i County's law regulating the use of pesticides and GMOs this week.
The Toronto Star published a report detailing ALEC's "plans to undo environmental legislation."
Microsoft, the $86.8 billion-a-year technology company, is no longer a member of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and has stopped funding the group, as have AstraZeneca, Ameren, Berkshire Hathaway Energy, PacifiCorp, NV Energy, Alliant Energy, and PG&E.
The Center for Media and Democracy is launching a new web resource on Walmart.
The Republican candidate for governor in Illinois is a billionaire who hid his assets in the Cayman Islands to avoid paying taxes and brags that he is part of the "0.01 percent."
Certain long-term investors remain committed to ALEC as a tool to advance their legislative agendas.
ALEC, the corporate bill mill, is taking aim at cities and counties.
ALEC holds its 41st annual meeting in Dallas, Texas starting on Wednesday, July 30.