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Time to rein in corporate power

It's a watershed moment for the corporate accountability movement. From calling for the overturning of the Citizens United decision, to taking on Big Banks, to joining the massive Occupy movement, people are ready to challenge corporate power like never before.Learn More

Election spending in 2012 has already surpassed the record-breaking $300 million outside money spent in 2010.

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Kick Koch Out of Our Elections

Koch Industries and other corporations have hijacked our democracy for too long.

Sign if you support a constitutional amendment to end corporate influence over our democracy.


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More than a hundred years ago, one courageous woman, Ida Tarbell, helped toppled Standard Oil, a monopoly built on nefarious business practices. Today, Corporate Accountability International carries on the work of Ida Tarbell, mobilizing hundreds of thousands of women to take action to bring a halt to some of the worst corporate abuses of our time.
89% agree there is too much corporate money in politics
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Last week, allied organization Demos released a poll revealing what you probably already suspected: Americans from all political backgrounds are appalled by corporate interference in elections.


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