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Tell the SEC: Make Corporations Disclose Political Spending

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has the authority to pull back the curtain on the secret corporate money that the Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling has unleashed into our elections.

As the federal agency with the job of protecting investors from corporate abuse, the SEC is well within its authority to require that all publicly traded corporations disclose how they're spending money in an attempt to tilt elections.

The SEC isn't going to act without pressure. We're almost at 500,000 public comments urging the SEC to adopt this rule, but powerful groups representing corporate special interests are mobilizing quickly in opposition.

Help keep the pressure on -- tell the SEC to require corporations to disclose how they spend their money in politics.

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