- The Supreme Court’s dreadful Citizens United decision opened the floodgates for unlimited secret campaign contributions by corporations.
- The Securities and Exchange Commission can’t limit the contributions – but it can strip away the secrecy. The SEC’s mandate includes protecting investors from corporate abuse.
- This means the commission has the right to require all publicly traded corporations to disclose their campaign contributions.
- Urge the SEC to issue a rule requiring corporations to disclose their contributions.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Take Action: Urge the SEC to require corporations to disclose their campaign contributions
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