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Coal and Oil Polluters Dominate ALEC Conference

Blog by Connor Gibson | July 31, 2014

Written with Nick Surgey of The Center for Media and Democracy. Image courtesy of CMD’s PR Watch. Who’s pulling the strings at the secretive American Legislative Exchange Council‘s (ALEC) conference in Dallas, Texas, this week? According to...

K Street Confrontation: Greenpeace Questions Coal Lobbyist Jeff Holmstead (VIDEO)

Blog by Connor Gibson | June 20, 2014

If you’re a coal lobbyist like Jeff Holmstead, getting stuck in an elevator with Greenpeace activists is an inconvenient occupational hazard. It’s worse if you can’t catch a cab during an uncomfortable conversation about your work to attack...

Bill Koch is the latest executive to leave the coal business, saying it “has kind of...

Blog by Joe Smyth | March 17, 2014

Another executive has apparently decided to ditch the shrinking US coal mining industry: Bill Koch, who made billions selling petcoke and coal with his company Oxbow Carbon. Energy and Environment News reports: “The coal business in the United...

Peabody Energy and ALEC helping legislators help themselves to corporate money

Blog by Jason Schwartz | March 5, 2014

In a post over at the blog PRWatch, Nick Surgey discusses an internal Peabody Energy document received by the Center for Media and Democracy. In it, Peabody instructs legislators on ways to get as much cash as possible from corporate sponsors to...

ALEC’s recent cockamamie schemes (and some good news)

Blog by Jason Schwartz | February 28, 2014

When it comes to obstructing the social good in the name of corporate welfare, few have been more effective in recent history than the American Legislative Exchange Council. That innocuous name, usually shortened to ALEC—as if to conjure thoughts...

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