ALEC’s alienating political agenda

For an organization devoted to building coalitions, the American Legislative Exchange Council has seen a lot of partners hit the road recently.

Close to a dozen companies have withdrawn from ALEC after recent public pressure, and The New York Times reported Sunday on a new trove of documents that detail ALEC’s aggressive lobbying activities despite its tax-exempt status. The group is now battling a related Internal Revenue Service complaint, continuing boycott campaigns and a rapid decline in its pro-business brand.

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