The Koch Brothers talk a good game against “corporate welfare," but have received some $363 million in taxpayer subsidies.
Fourteen of the pay-to-play group's biggest corporate funders are among the 100 worst federal violators since 2000.
Though ALEC has an uneasy relationship with President Trump, they haven't hesitated in adopting his "drain the swamp" rhetoric when extolling their plans to amend the federal constitution, repeal workers' rights or gut social safety net programs.
Legal questions are raised by the Wisconsin Attorney General’s activities.
The Koch brothers and Paul Ryan are celebrating Priebus' selection as White House Chief of Staff.
Political discourse in Wisconsin hits a new low.
CMD and Common Cause provided the IRS Whistleblower Office with extensive evidence detailing intentional misuse of ALEC by Exxon to advance legislation.
What next for supporters of clean elections?
U.S. Department of Education continues to bankroll charter schools nationwide with taxpayer dollars.
CMD follows the Koch trails in the documents.