“Companies court lawmakers with charitable giving, but don’t always disclose the funds”

CPI:  By law, corporations and organizations that lobby the federal government must disclose certain charitable contributions to nonprofits, including ones such as the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation that are intimately tied to lawmakers. They also must disclose spending to “honor” lawmakers and … Continue reading →

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