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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

Groups backed by the Koch brothers aim to spend nearly $1 billion in the run-up to the 2016 elections.

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Featured Action

Overturn Citizens United

Tell your senators: Vote YES on an amendment to overturn the Citizens United and McCutcheon decisions, and let’s close the floodgate on corporate spending in our elections.


What's New
Patti Lynn
Monday, July 4, 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). At Corporate Accountability International, we are celebrating its importance in holding corporations accountable.
People carry a banner through the streets of Lagos, Nigeria that reads: Africa Women Say No to Privatization.
Kelle Louaillier
We cannot achieve real change without changing the conditions that allow so many people to be pushed to the margins. We need our democracy to reflect who we are—all of us. We need it to embody this country’s foundational values of equality and fairness.
Marcia Whitehead
Hank’s path has often coincided with Corporate Accountability International’s 39-year history, whether he has witnessed corporate abuse firsthand or tackled the same issues in his community. “Your interests and my issues are congruent,” he says.


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