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  • Patti Lynn
    Have you voted in the Corporate Hall of Shame yet? It will only take a moment, and you'll help guide our work in the coming year to shine a spotlight on some of the world's most abusive corporations.
  • Lauren DeRusha Florez
    For years, national parks across the country have phased out the sale of bottled water and installed hydration stations.
  • Patti Lynn
    The current political situation makes the campaigns we wage to hold corporations accountable even more important. So I'm pleased to announce that voting has begun for the WORST corporation of 2017.
  • Patti Lynn
    The results are in, and we heard you loud and clear. For the second year in a row, Koch Industries got the most votes in the Corporate Hall of Shame. Many of you named Koch Industries the worst of the worst for flooding U.S. elections with millions of dollars of dark money to undermine environmental protections, fund climate denial, and ensure that its bread and butter -- the extraction and burning of fossil fuels -- can continue unabated, even as we head toward climate catastrophe.
  • Sriram Madhusoodanan
    Ben Taub Hospital's contract with McDonald's expires at the end of September. The board could make a decision to extend the hospital's contract with McDonald's during its July 27 meeting next week. We need to make our voices heard right now!
  • Cloe Franko
    Philip Morris International "is waging a secret campaign to subvert the World Health Organization's anti-smoking treaty, which was designed to save lives by curbing tobacco use." That's the conclusion of a new investigation from Reuters.
  • Kelle Louaillier
    I don’t know about you, but this Fourth of July holiday has me asking more questions than ever about the present and future of the United States. This year, those questions feel more pressing than ever.
  • Patti Lynn
    Thanks to supporters like you, we’ve built a strong and lasting movement challenging corporate control of our democracy and lives. But with the Trump administration giving corporations even more power, we need you now more than ever.
  • Patti Lynn
    During the decade she directed the WHO, Dr. Chan fully embraced her role as Big Tobacco’s nemesis, exposing and blocking attempts by the tobacco industry to undermine public health protections. As the new Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus of Ethiopia, takes her place, we urge him to uphold Dr. Chan's lifesaving legacy of standing up to Big Tobacco.
  • Cloe Franko
    After repeatedly saying that he will make the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) “a lot better” or scrap the deal entirely, Donald Trump informed Congress last month that he plans to renegotiate this disastrous trade pact with Canada and Mexico.


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