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  • Sriram Madhusoodanan
    You probably know about the NRA, the National Rifle Association, but did you know it isn't the only NRA to wield incredible political power at the behest of corporate interests?
  • Michél Legendre
    We’re taking part in an exciting set of actions on April 29, and I want to make sure you’re getting the inside scoop! People from across the country will be showing up to demonstrate that -- despite a climate change-denying White House -- people from all walks of life in the U.S. care about climate change and are demanding action.
  • Lauren DeRusha Florez
    Today, we celebrate World Water Day with a powerful victory in Lagos, Nigeria. When a draconian bill threatened to impede water access for millions of people across Lagos, the organizers at Environmental Rights Action (ERA), with the help of our members like you, jumped into action.
  • Jamie Cerretti
    Corporate Accountability International, like many other social change organizations, is tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. For those of you who support us financially, that means you are able to take a tax deduction for your generous contributions. It also means that as an organization, we are prohibited from supporting or opposing candidates for any elected office. That prohibition is a result of the Johnson Amendment, which was enacted in 1954.
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    Julilly Kohler is a retired lawyer, community activist, and pioneering real estate developer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She has been a member of Corporate Accountability International since 2008.
  • Patti Lynn
    The Trump administration is expanding and entrenching corporate power. It’s trying to turn our federal government into a system run by and for corporations. It’s holding the door wide open for corporate influence -- and corporations are having a field day. Right now, a set of abusive corporations, with the help of the politicians they fund, are aggressively pushing to eliminate commonsense protections on the federal level so they can increase their bottom line.
  • Sriram Madhusoodanan
    We did it! Andrew Puzder-- President Trump’s pick for secretary of labor and the CEO of CKE Restaurants, which owns Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr-- will not run the Department of Labor
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    Zac Foreman is a volunteer-organizer on the Value [the] Meal campaign from Houston, Texas and a new monthly donor.
  • Patti Lynn
    Imagine for a moment, a different world. A world where all people are healthy and thriving, all communities have access to the basic resources they need, the environment is cherished and protected, and global corporations are held accountable. Join us.
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    Former assistant attorney general for Massachusetts Jeff Clements reflects on Citizens United, preserving U.S. democracy, and why he supports Corporate Accountability International.

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