Why does Georgia’s Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers hate the Georgia Chamber, the Atlanta Regional Commission and the Urban Land Institute? Watch the video to find out.
The American Legislative Exchange Council is the most powerful corporate front group you’ve never heard of. Financed almost entirely by Big Business, the group lets corporations help write model legislation that is then secretly passed on to legislators to be passed in state legislatures. Most of the time, the public doesn’t even know that a… [Read More]
So far, four major corporate sponsors of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) have indicated they will not renew their memberships to the controversial conservative organization. Atlanta-based Coca-Cola was the first corporate member to announce its decision publicly. Others who have followed include accounting software maker Intuit, PepsiCo, and Kraft Foods, Inc. Better Georgia calls… [Read More]