Koch network groups failed to stop Medicaid expansion measure in three states and lost many of its health care allies.
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Americans for Prosperity Action achieved mixed results in its first general election.
The Kochs are struggling to take leads with their targeted candidates in U.S. Senate, U.S. House, and gubernatorial races, despite spending tens of millions of dollars in independent expenditures through their affiliated groups, as well as Super-Pacs for which they are major contributors but solicit money from other donors.
Congressional recipients of Koch money lead charge on bad energy legislation.
Koch astroturf group’s ads are fake news.
The Koch brothers' ground operation, Americans for Prosperity (AFP), recently announced that it is endorsing Rep. Will Hurd, a Republican incumbent from Texas who voted against Speaker Paul Ryan's health care replacement bill that would have repealed the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare.
Koch Industries saves enough in one year from GOP tax cuts to pay for the plant, while laying off hundreds of U.S. workers.
Four Democrats in the U. S. Congress received money from KochPAC in 2016 and so far this election cycle. Figuring out why they got the money isn't difficult.
Campaign finance reports show Big Soda willing to reward friends and punish enemies.
ALEC's "Legislator of the Week" Goes to Bat for Asbestos