ALEC is good at protecting the "rights" of corporations, not so good at encouraging its members to protect the legal rights of their employees.
2.7 million school children have an incarcerated parent.
The fact that Louisiana has the worst gender pay gap in the nation doesn't seem to bother her.
Scott Beightol defends corporations accused of racial, gender, and age discrimination, and employers who want to deny workers medical and family leave.
Website calls prominent scientists, reporters, and environmental groups "threats to humanity."
ALEC’s post-Janus toolkit inadvertently sheds light on the real aims of the group’s union-busting activities.
A billionaire's son is spending millions in Cochise County.
Washington State Rep. Matt Shea keeps his leadership post in ALEC despite circulating a white nationalist manifesto calling for a violent Christian holy war.
When I arrived in Madison in the early 1990s from the mean streets of Philadelphia, I thought Wisconsin's commitment to clean and open government was quaint, charming -- at times a little irritating. Badger Rules, the state ethics code, meant that legislative staffers like myself couldn't even take a cup of coffee from a lobbyist, and I remember one lowly public official was nabbed for using a state phone for a few private calls.
Eli Broad is one of several mega-billionaires who have spent hundreds of millions on education think tank research and charter schools, shaping current trends in what they call education reform.