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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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Corporate Accountability International
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.
Corporate Accountability International
Zac Foreman is a volunteer-organizer on the Value [the] Meal campaign from Houston, Texas and a new monthly donor.

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