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Explore Koch's Web of Dirty Money and Influence
"My joke is that we're the biggest company you've never heard of." – David Koch
Koch Industries’ political action committee--KochPAC--bundles contributions from Koch employees, executives and their spouses. KochPAC spent over $22 million on federal political candidates since 1999.
Koch Industries has spent $79 million on federal lobbying since 1998, when disclosure became mandatory. Koch's lobbying expenses are outspent only by a few oil and gas industry "supermajor" competitors that have far greater annual revenue than...
Koch Industries is a major polluter, with ongoing incidents and violations of environmental laws. Even when complying with the law, Koch companies can get away with heavy pollution.
Koch Industries is the second-largest privately-held company in the United States, a conglomerate of more than twenty companies with $115 billion in annual sales, operations in nearly 60 countries, and 100,000 employees globally.
$1,000,000 provided to climate denial front groups 2005-2011 [Total funds given to front groups 1997-2011: $8,901,700]
$24,643,414 provided to climate denial front groups 2005-2011 [Total funds given to front groups 1997-2011: $27,411,493]
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