No one seems to like tax inversions, those deals whereby a U.S. corporation merges into a company in a tax haven to cut its U.S. tax bill, even though many—or most—of its operations remain in the U.S. 727 more words
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Our major media sources have been disturbingly superficial in their published commentaries, reports and essays on gun violence. They note that despite a majority of Americans, even gun-owners, supporting increased background checks, even that a very modest form of gun control, Congress won’t pass such legislation. 433 more words
Enhancements to a state of California website that allows residents to track political campaign contributions was lauded by fair-election group Common Cause.
Following Secretary of State Alex Padilla’s unveiling of… 211 more words
In a letter released today, 44 senators are calling on U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Jo White to act on a rule-making petition that would require companies to disclose their political spending. 235 more words
No one knows just how much companies spend on politics. But with the 2016 election cycle set to cost billions of dollars, you can be sure that corporations will be opening their checkbooks to candidates across the political spectrum. 757 more words