Founded almost 40 years ago, American Legislative Exchange Council brings together nearly 2,000 state legislators with hundreds of corporate leaders and lobbyists from many of the world's most powerful corporations to secretly draft model legislation that is then introduced in our states, usually without our knowledge.
Some of the corporations include: Koch Industries, Peabody Energy, AT&T, BP, WellPoint, ExxonMobil, and Bank of America. ALEC, founded by conservative movement icon Paul Weyrich, has worked in virtual secrecy to advance an extreme agenda that puts corporate profits ahead of the public interest and often public safety.
The absolute best way to raise awareness about ALEC's secretive work is for everyday Americans to share the information with their friends, families, coworkers, and communities. True grassroots action is powerful because activists can reach one another on a personal level, without any agenda other than working together to reclaim democracy. This is why they're asking people to host house parties and screenings of the new documentary THE UNITED STATES OF ALEC.
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