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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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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.


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Taylor Leake
A handful of giant transnational corporations want control over the Internet. And the Trump administration wants to give it to them. That’s not okay with me, and I bet it’s not okay with you either.
Corporate Accountability International
April Fools’ Day is a celebration of jokes, hoaxes, and what we used to innocently call “fake news.”  On this first day of April in 2017, we are taking a moment to share examples of corporate …
Kelle Louaillier
As Women’s History Month wraps up, I want to take a moment to reflect on the women on whose shoulders we stand. In this moment of corporate power run amok, with each new headline demanding a response and with so much at stake, it’s important to remember that there is a long history of ordinary people challenging -- and transforming -- corporate power.


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