The Progressive Change Campaign Committee targets Democratic state lawmakers who are members of ALEC

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More on the Progressive Change Campaign Committee effort to get Democratic state lawmakers to quit ALEC that Thom mentioned in his post on this subject
( http://www.thomhartmann.com/forum/2012/04/first-corporations-and-now-people-are-fleeing-american-legislative-exchange-council ),
from the PCCC web site ( http://boldprogressives.org/ ) :

PR WATCH: PCCC Pressures Democratic Members to Drop ALEC

ALTERNET: Right-Wing ALEC in Damage Control, While PCCC Launch Campaign to Expose 'ALEC Democrats'

CNN: Progressive Change Campaign Committee pushes back at Democratic legislators

CBS: PCCC keeps up the pressure on ALEC

(more entries are available at the PCCC web site : http://boldprogressives.org/ )

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Thanks for the information. I checked out the senators and representatives that are associated with ALEC, and I was shocked! Everyone should look up their state and learn just who their elected officials are that are paid by the Koch brothers to 'stick it to the middle class and the poor'.
Thanks again.

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Here is a link to a recent blog post by telliottmbamsc on this topic :

http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/telliottmbamsc/blog/2012/05/boycott-list-alec-member-corporations

miksilvr
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A quick check of the Dump ALEC petition page on the PCCC web site showed that 23 corporations or foundations had dumped ALEC, and that 45 Democratic office holders had.

http://act.boldprogressives.org/survey/survey_ALEC/?source=tw-10

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boasts over 2,000 state legislators are members. has identified nearly 1,000. Help us find the rest:

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