Why the Chamber of Commerce's Nightmare Scenario Isn't So Scary

Susan Beck's Summary Judgment

, The Litigation Daily


Rational shareholders should want their companies to engage in political spending, but they should also have a right to assess its effects on the bottom line. To do that, they need more information, not less.

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  • Dissident

    A plague on both their houses. Sure, the Chamber is being disingenuous. But, so are the proponents. They are left wingers that are abusing the SEC’s petition process to advance their own political agenda. Is there one conservative that supports it? No one who manages money and gets paid for performance cares about this initiative. The SEC should stay out of this cat fight which has nothing to do with its mission.

    Want to reduce political contributions by corporations? Slash regulation and let them operate in a free market that does not require them to garner political influence.

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