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John Boehner, A Profile in Corporatism

In his twenty years in Congress, John Boehner has been one of the fiercest protectors of Corporate America, and his political and legislative history provide a striking road map for what to expect from his tenure as Speaker.

Foreign Funded Chamber of Commerce Pours Money into U.S. Elections

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which is spending millions of dollars supporting the GOP in the 2010 Elections, collects hundreds of thousands of dollars from foreign owned businesses.

Report Profiles Pro-Corporate Players in Post-Citizens United Politics

A new report by People For the American Way profiles the work of nine organizations that are funneling money, in many cases from undisclosed donors, to help elect pro-corporate candidates in the 2010 elections.

Senate GOP Blocks Corporate Campaign Disclosure Vote for the Second Time

Today, the Senate GOP succeeded for the second time in filibustering the DISCLOSE Act, a measure that would ensure the disclosure of corporate political spending in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United v. FEC.

Rise of the Corporate Court: How the Supreme Court is Putting Businesses First

The Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United v. FEC is the logical expression of an activist pro-corporatist jurisprudence that has been bubbling up for many decades, but has gained tremendous momentum over the last generation.

New PFAW Poll Shows Americans Want Action to Correct Citizens United

Results of a poll conducted by Hart Research Associates for People For the American Way revealed that Americans across the political spectrum are intensely concerned about corporate influence in our democracy and disagree with the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United v. FEC.

New Poll: Wide Support for Limiting Corporate Spending in Elections

In a new PFAW poll that cuts across the political spectrum, Americans overwhelmingly believe that our democracy must be protected from unlimited corporate spending.

Senator Cornyn Exposes Right’s Hypocrisy on Judicial Philosophy

Senator John Cornyn today accused Solicitor General Elena Kagan of displaying “disregard for the First Amendment and freedom of speech” by defending laws that limited corporate influence on elections.

House Committee Approves DISCLOSE Act

The House Administration Committee today approved an amended version of the DISCLOSE Act, a bill aimed at blunting the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United v. FEC.

Michael B. Keegan, President of People For the American Way, issued the following statement:

“By approving the DISCLOSE Act, The House Administration Committee has taken an important step toward restoring democracy and transparency to our electoral process.

New Provocative Ad Asks: “Is The Supreme Court Corporate America’s Newest Subsidiary?”

A new ad, released May 7, asks the provocative question: “Is the Supreme Court corporate America’s newest subsidiary?”

DISCLOSE Act Is Key First Step in Fixing "Citizens United"

Today, Democratic Senators appeared in front of the Supreme Court to unveil crucial legislation to mitigate the impact of the Supreme Court's destructive ruling in Citizens United v. FEC.

The Rise of the Corporate Court: How the Supreme Court is Putting Business First

PFAW has released a new report exposing the undue deference the Supreme Court has paid to corporations at the expense of the legal rights of individuals.

Hodes Introduces Constitutional Amendment to Reverse Citizens United

Rep. Paul Hodes introduced today a Constitutional Amendment to reverse the Supreme Court's disastrous decision in Citizens United v. FEC.

Tell Congress: Amend the U.S. Constitution to ensure the government has the authority to limit corporate influence in elections

The Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United v. FEC threatens to tear apart the fabric of our democracy and grant powerful corporations unfettered influence in our political process. Sign PFAW's petition to tell Congressional leaders to amend the Constitution today.
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